I recently celebrated my third year as VP of Franchising at Primrose Schools, and I am extremely proud of the way Primrose has grown. It’s no surprise that others have noticed our incredible momentum, too. This year, Forbes ranked Primrose the third best high-investment franchise to buy on its annual list of “The Best and Worst Franchises to Buy.”
It’s an honor to be on this list of esteemed franchise companies, especially as the highest-ranked early education and care franchise. The ranking is a move up two spots from last year, which signifies the direction we are headed as a company. It speaks to our growth and to our rising local, regional and national premier brand leadership.
It has been exciting to watch the great strides we have made in my three years at Primrose, and I am confident will continue to move even further up the list in years to come.