Right at Home was recently featured in the Sacramento Business Journal in an article titled, “Buying a franchise? Tread carefully.” The article profiles Right at Home franchisee Josh Greenberg’s journey from laid off investment firm manager to small business owner, turning to franchising as an option in the down economy. Greenberg discusses the extensive research that went into choosing Right at Home, and why RAH was the right fit for him. Click here to view the full article.
By: Kelly Johnson
When Josh Greenberg was laid off from his six-figure job as an investment firm manager in 2009, he decided he’d had enough of cubicles.
Greenberg decided to buy a franchise as his post-layoff solution.
With high unemployment and uncertainty over the economy’s recovery a constant concern, many people across the country are considering purchasing a franchise. It can be an attractive option whether franchisees want to “buy themselves a job,” build an asset or own their own business with a proven track record.