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TAB Franchise Owners come from a wide variety of backgrounds. A typical new TAB owner was previously a successful executive in a large company, an owner of another business or a strategic business consultant. Many new TAB owners that have an existing consulting business join TAB to serve as a complement to their existing business.

“TAB, throughout it’s 25-year history, has developed an amazing portfolio of tools and processes and support to help any franchisee who has the commitment and desire to be successful – be successful.”
Joe Zente, TAB Franchise Owner, Austin

TAB’s franchisee support teams assist franchise owners in growing board membership and sustaining desired business levels through strong member retention. Our support programs include:

  • Initial on-site training at TAB Headquarters
  • An assigned campaign manager to guide the launch of your business
  • In-territory member recruitment support
  • Ongoing advanced business development training
  • Weekly coaching from an experienced facilitator

  • Training conferences with other TAB Franchise Owners
  • Proven and effective new member acquisition programs
  • Proprietary tools and communication programs that increase member retention
  • Support from a community of 100’s of other TAB facilitators

In addition, you will have access to numerous tools that will help you run your business effectively. These tools include:

  • A turn-key marketing systems – for launch and post-launch marketing. Our marketing toolbox includes state-of-the-art marketing tactics such as content marketing, re-marketing and social media marketing
  • A best of class CRM system to manage your leads as well as your members
  • A personalized state-of-the-art website for your TAB business
  • A comprehensive content library
  • Proprietary programs for business assessment, planning and operation
“I have a minimum of internal work to do, I have a lot of meetings with people I like very much, and the system helps members grow and develop and overcome problems and exploit opportunities. It’s marvelous to see people grow and develop.”
Tom Morton, TAB Franchise Owner, United Kingdom

What Makes a Good TAB Franchise Owner?