FranServe’s Core Values are the basis upon which we plan our tactics, implement decisions, and interact with others. They define our company’s culture, and in the famous words of Peter Drucker, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Our Core Values reflect what is important to our organization and its members.
FranServe’s Core Values:
- Integrity is Everything
- Grow or Die
- Teamwork Gets Results
FranServe’s Code of Ethics is based on our Mission Statement of “Helping others achieve their dreams of business ownership through franchising.”
The Code is intended to establish a framework of High Standards in the practices and relationships of all FranServe Affiliate Franchise Consultants. The Code represents the ideals to which all FranServe Affiliate Consultants agree to subscribe in their franchise relationships.
FranServe’s Affiliate Franchise Consultants will:
- Always act with trust, truth and honesty and with the best interest of the client, providing professional Franchise Consulting services with integrity, objectivity, and independence.
- Treat client information as confidential and take all reasonable steps to prevent it from access by unauthorized people
- Dedicate themselves to continually developing their Franchise Consulting skill-set through initial and on-going training/learning
- Avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of such when dealing with business partners in any related/support field such as franchisors, franchise financing firms or legal resources.
- Enthusiastically support full compliance with all applicable federal and state franchise consulting regulations.
- Not misrepresent his/her qualifications or experience; not advertise in a deceptive manner or denigrate other Franchise Consultants or Franchise Consulting Firms.
- Support FranServe and its mission; not do anything harmful to the organization and/or its leadership.
- Support FranServe’s Code of Ethics. Any FranServe Affiliate Consultant who believes another FranServe Affiliate Consultant has violated our Code of Ethics may file a formal written complaint with the CEO of FranServe.