Introduction to The Alternative Board
TAB, which operates in 25 countries, is the world’s largest franchise system providing peer advisory boards and business coaching for business owners. Since 1990, TAB has helped over 25,000 business owners worldwide run their businesses more strategically. With the TAB system, TAB Members grow their businesses with practical, real-world solutions.
TAB Members get advice, perspective and support during monthly facilitated group meetings with their TAB peers. They also receive business coaching provided by their TAB certified facilitator-coaches.
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TAB Master Franchisees Generate Income from Numerous Sources
Start-up income for new TAB Members facilitated and coached
Monthly dues from TAB Members facilitated and coached by Master
Sales of TAB Unit Franchises within Master’s territory
New Unit Franchisee training income
Profile of TAB Master Franchisees
At least 10 years’ experience as a business executive, or senior-level manager, business consultant, business coach or business owner
Outstanding, persuasive communicator
Passionate about helping other business owners succeed
Training & Support
Three Primary Responsibilities of a TAB Master
TAB Master Franchisees acquire members for the Master’s TAB Board. A TAB Master facilitates the meetings of one TAB Board and coaches the members of that board.
Masters market for and sign up new TAB franchisees and Independent TAB Implementors.
Masters provide training and support for their Unit Franchisees and their Independent TAB Implementors.
“I’ve seen first-hand how much business owners can benefit from some really good third-party advice. While consultants, family members, and employees can provide a useful sounding board, only business owners can truly appreciate what other business owners are going through.”
“TAB has become the market leader in peer advisory groups in the region. Our model consists of six to eight leaders of mostly medium-sized companies getting together on a regular basis to exchange details about their entrepreneurial challenges and to work out solutions that facilitate expanded growth.”