The Gents Place Franchise Blog

Mastering Franchisee-Franchisor Communication: Keys to a Productive Partnership

In the world of franchising, successful partnerships between franchisees and franchisors rely on open and effective communication.  Maintaining regular contact,…

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Why Jerry Jones Became Emmitt Smith’s Business Role Model

Since his retirement from football in 2004, former Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith has kept himself busy. With his hand…

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Why Barbershops Are a Growing Trend That’s Here to Stay

As market trends continue to change, there has been a notable decline in retail locations. From small shops to national…

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Franchisee Focus: Paul Terracina (Austin)

That’s what Paul Terracina said recently when asked what he thought the mission of The Gents Place was.  A graduate…

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Running Multiple Locations: What To Keep In Mind

As you continue the process of exploring whether a Gents Place franchise is right for you, you might also be…

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The Gents Place Plans Houston Expansion

The Gents Place, a Dallas-based barbershop and spa, plans to open 10 locations in the Houston area by the end…

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Men’s Grooming: Why The Growth?

There are many indicators globally that men’s grooming is a market that just continues to grow.  While the answers may…

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Men’s Grooming Company Launches Franchise Program; Plans To Build 150 Units In 5 Years

With backing from former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith and the help of an international franchisor, a Frisco-born men’s…

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Emmitt Smith Sees Different Goal Line As Developer and Investor of The Gents Place

Emmitt Smith hasn’t been a football player in 12 years, but he’s opening more lanes and creating more opportunities in…

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Shop Small: Why Your Men’s Grooming Franchise Is Still a Local Business

In many towns and cities across the nation, a push to “buy local” or “shop small” is pushing customers to…

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