White Collar Franchise Vs. Blue Collar Franchise

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They say there’s a certain brutality in the land of business. It’s every man for himself, right? It’s a dog eat dog world. We’ve all heard the expressions. And lame though they seem for being so clichéd, there’s an element of truth to them all. But it isn’t just in terms of commercial competitors that there springs up this ferocity of attitude. There’s actually still a fair amount of rather misguided attitude towards the two main sectors of the franchising industry.

 

In opposite corners we have our blue collar franchises and our white collar franchises. Traditionally franchise was the domain of the blue collars. And for those of you who don’t know where the phrase derives from or are uncertain about what it means, here’s a general guide: Blue collar workers were mostly working class and the work they did was manual or in the line of manufacture, often unskilled labour was described as blue collar. The term white collar, on the other hand, was used to describe those with higher qualifications, often they were engaged in the administration side of concerns that employed vast numbers of blue collar workers.

 

Nowadays the edges are slightly blurred but the terms, although considered archaic by some, are still in use. Overall, a blue collar franchise would be one that involved the production of something, manual work, or at the very least a hands on approach to an unskilled job.

 

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There’s a recent rise in white collar franchises, and they work very well, although there’s still a proportion of the population who wrongly think they wouldn’t personally be suited to white collar work. This can be to do with conditioning, very often people from blue collar backgrounds don’t feel they have what it takes to break the mold and branch out into areas unknown to them. But the facts are that white collar work, especially consultancy type businesses are suited to all kinds of people, from all manner of backgrounds.

 

In actual fact, it can’t be said that blue collar work would suit everyone, so in terms of versatility white collar franchises are suited to a wider range of potential franchisees.

 

So who’s the best of the white collar bunch? Online research reveals that WSI was name the world’s first white collar franchise. The company has been voted No 1 in its field for 7 years so they’re obviously getting it right. And their franchisees, who come from all walks of life, are able to succeed irrespective of their experience as full training and support is provided throughout the franchisee’s career.

 

WSI’s Internet Marketing Consultants enjoy personal and professional independence by utilising the company’s six-phased development plan (this has been responsible for the success of thousands of businesses of all sizes worldwide.) WSI’s solutions are custom made to succeed! These methods significantly boost revenue, shave expenses and enhance productivity. Also, because the company’s services are so effective, even franchisees with no experience find that they quickly reap the rewards too.


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Certified WSI Consultants implement the company’s ground-breaking technologies, expertise, training and support to provide bespoke Internet solutions to business clients - all of the technical work is handled for the franchisee. Best of all, this business opportunity is available for the modest recession-friendly fee of $49,700.

 

It’s time to hang up that blue collared shirt for good and enjoy a lucrative career as a white collar consultant with WSI.

 

Blue over white? No competition.

 

What is a white collar franchise/business/opportunity?


A white collar franchise or business opportunity is one which allows the franchisee to work in an environment or industry that previously they may have thought required more extensive training. White collar usually refers to executive or management positions.

 

In times past franchise business was seen as synonymous with blue collar workers. The term originates mostly from the working classes and the sort of work they did: more commonly manual or manufacturing jobs, often described as unskilled labour. The label white collar, in contrast, was used to depict those with superior qualifications, often white collar workers were involved in the administrative side of businesses that employed the blue collar workers.

 

Both these terms are still in use, but nowadays the edges are slightly blurred. In general a blue collar franchise would be one that involved the manufacture of something, manual work, and would require a hands on approach to doing an unskilled job.

 

So what is a good white collar franchise or business opportunity, and is it true that nowadays the class system has no bearing. Can anyone from any background become a success with a white collar franchise?

 

The answer is… Absolutely.

 

One of the best white collar franchise business opportunities available today is a WSI consultancy. Named as the first white collar franchise, this business opportunity really is ‘of the moment’. With more and more businesses getting online and wishing to promote their business effectively on the World Wide Web, a professional internet solutions service is an essential, not a luxury. And this is exactly what WSI offers its many thousands of business clients – an integral part of successfully promoting their businesses on the internet.

 

WSI consultants are offered full training from the outset of purchasing their franchise, in addition continued support is available whilst franchisees build and grow their white collar business.

 

WSI’s Internet Marketing Consultants benefit from personal and professional freedom by using the company’s six-phased development plan (this has been responsible for the success of thousands of businesses of all sizes worldwide.) WSI’s solutions are tailor made to succeed! These systems radically enhance income, trim expenditure and enhance output. In addition, because the company’s methods are so efficient, even inexperienced franchisees find that they quickly adapt to being white collar consultants.


Certified WSI Consultants implement the company’s ground-breaking technologies, expertise, training and support to provide bespoke Internet solutions to business clients - all of the technical work is handled for the franchisee. Best of all, this business opportunity is available for the modest recession-friendly fee of $49,700.

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This article was published on 2010/01/22