Young Multi-Operator Franchiser Interview: Tips and Tricks

Ali Momin’s successes and challenges of a franchisee are a testament of the rewarding experiences, philosophies, and structure of life in the franchise world.  His hands on approach to running his 6 operations is a energizing style of leadership! At only 27 years old, he already has 9 years of franchise experience under his belt! Momin is hungry for the growth of his businesses.

While no two franchise markets are the same, there are a few universal truths within the franchising world. Franchisees seek the pride of being their own bosses, having a healthy work-to-life balance, and having the guided support of their franchiser. Common struggles of employee retention, working with social media to attract new clients and customers, and managing employee training are also commonalities in this complex franchise world.

High Touch High Tech is a perfect for those eager, passionate, and hands on potential franchisees. We welcome the entrepreneurial minded individuals looking to satisfy their executive goals with a thirst for success!  Our business model has welcomed over 36 locations in 12 countries!

National Hire a Veteran Day-July 25th

July 25th is National Hire a Veteran day! Our nation’s heroes are some of the best employees and help us create a stronger work force. Veterans have been shown to have stronger learning curve abilities, a profound understanding of teamwork and how it improves productivity, and leadership abilities within hierarchical and peer structures.
The United States government has a program, the Special Employer Incentives(SEI), which assists with the hiring and retention of military veteran employees. This program assists businesses with salary reimbursements, expenses related to cost of training, and aids in accommodating the needs of the individual veteran. Hiring a veteran can guide you in finding the valuable employee necessary to see your business succeed!
In addition to being great employees, veterans make outstanding small business owners! Veterans have proven their ability to perform under the highest levels of pressure and responsibility, making them well equipped to handle the stresses of entrepreneurship while being effective and successful! One of the many benefits of being a small business owner is the ability to work a flexible schedule, which is an added convenience for active and reserve military personnel.
High Touch High Tech values the skillset that our veterans bring to the workforce! We offer a Veteran’s Discount on the Franchise Fee to open a High Touch High Tech location and look forward to offering this to our Veteran’s and their families! High Touch High Tech is a Small Business Administration(SBA) approved franchise and will work with you to secure your Veteran’s Small Business Loan!

Our franchisees are changing the world one young scientist at a time!
P.O. Box 8495, Asheville, NC 28814
PHONE: 
828.684.3192
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Works Cited:
Military.com “10 Reasons to Hire a Veteran.” Miliary.com, Web 2019. 22 July 2019.
US Department of Veteran’s Affairs “Special Employer Incentives SEI.” Virginia Government Benefits, SEI flyer, 2012. 22 July 2019
Riggins, Nash.  “15 Benefits of Hiring Military Veterans.” Small Business Trends, Web 2017. 22 July 2019

 

High Touch High Tech names 2019 Top Global Franchise & 2019 Top Low-Cost Franchise!

The results are in! High Touch High Tech, Science Made FUN was named as one of  “2019 Top Global Franchises!” by Entrepreneur Magazine.

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High Touch High Tech, Science Made FUN was also named as one of  “2019 Top Low-Cost Franchises!” by Entrepreneur Magazine.

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~From The Field~

High Touch High Tech of Maine Brings Hands-on Science to the Kids at the Boys & Girls Club

 

 

 

High Touch High Tech of Maine will deliver a series of six classes during the summer break at the Riverton Boys & Girls Club in Portland. This program is possible thanks to a sponsorship program which allows individual sponsors to choose non-profit organizations they would like to support.

 

 

 

 

FALMOUTH, MAINE, July 1, 2019 – Thanks to the generous donation of one of our sponsors, High Touch High Tech of Maine will provide a series of summer programs at the Riverton Boys & Girls Club in Portland. This series, Science in Action, exposes kids to different topics of physics including Newton’s Laws of Motion, flight, light, sound, space, and electricity. Kids will discover the amazing properties of air, take a ride on a human gyroscope, launch a rocket, find ROY G BIV, learn the difference between static and current electricity and more!

“Our goal is to reach as many kids as possible in the state of Maine” said High Touch High Tech of Maine owner, Dr. Genia Sklute (known to the kids as Dr. G). To meet this goal, High Touch High Tech of Maine implemented a sponsorship program which provides an opportunity for donors to impact the children of Maine directly. Through the sponsorship program, individuals and companies can sponsor High Touch High Tech programs at non-profit organizations of their choice.

“The programs stimulate children’s natural curiosity for science and fuels their imagination and excitement about learning” Sklute said. Kids come to understand the magical world of science through programs that are aligned with Maine’s Science and Technology Standards and provide hands-on, totally participatory experiences to the kids. “Kids attending the programs don’t realize how much they are actually learning” Sklute said. “They are simply having fun because they are engaged throughout the experience.” The programs build confidence and encourage kids to continue to engage with inquiry.

The sponsor, who asked to remain anonymous, said that “High Touch High Tech programs are a wonderful way to give the gift of learning! This is a highly innovative way for kids to actively participate in science experiences.” As for his specific choice to sponsor programs at the Boys and Girls Club he said, “I am passionate about giving kids from various backgrounds the same opportunities to succeed.”

High Touch High Tech is a pioneer of science education that has been increasing the scientific and technological literacy of children throughout the nation for 25 years while bringing fun, engaging, hands-on science experiences to kids ages 3-12.

If you would like more information about High Touch High Tech of Maine and program sponsorship opportunities, please call 207.400.0937 or email info@ScienceMadeFunME.net.