FASTSIGNS International, Inc., franchisor of FASTSIGNS®, a leading sign, graphics and visual communications franchise, has announced its worldwide partnership with 1HUDDLE, a workforce training platform that converts unique training content into science-backed, quick-burst training games that are proven to accelerate workforce productivity. FASTSIGNS is known in the industry for equipping its franchises with focused and advanced training techniques and is the first in its category to offer gamification as part of its support suite for franchisees.
“We are thrilled to partner with 1HUDDLE to offer franchisees a mobile training platform that will propel our mission to position them for success and grow their businesses,” said Mark Jameson, EVP of Franchise Support and Development, FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “FASTSIGNS’ training and support is unmatched in the industry and we know the 1HUDDLE platform will allow our franchisees to quickly onboard and train new employees in every aspect of their business—in a way that resonates with the growing workforce of millennials and Gen Z.”
FASTSIGNS’ 1HUDDLE content will be focused on the franchisor’s proprietary training program and customer relations, both in-center, via telephone, and online.
“Eighty-seven percent of what we learn in a live training or seminar, we forget within thirty days. And currently, only 1 percent of training is done on mobile platforms,” said Sam Caucci, CEO and founder of 1HUDDLE. “Training employees shouldn’t be difficult and 1HUDDLE is designed to make it fast, fun, and, most importantly, effective. In just three minutes a day, 1HUDDLE’s mobile-based training games are proven to accelerate your workforce’s productivity and we are confident FASTSIGNS franchisees will love the ability to train their employees using a single platform that tracks ROI and allows them to easily create new training games to keep their teams excited and engaged.”
For information about the FASTSIGNS franchise opportunity, contact Mark Jameson by emailing [email protected] or calling (214) 346-5679.