Being an elementary educator for over a decade, Kim Falk has had an amazing journey in the franchise industry. Being an educator and switching over to managing the business for the leaders in the industry requires a great degree of commitment. Without any reservation, Kim has shown ground-breaking growth in her career. In the present day, Kim has proved to be an exceptional franchise expert.
At first, Kim Falk started her career as an elementary educator with Houston Independent School District. In her four-year tenure, Kim bagged the award of the teacher of the year 1994 and served as a TAAS mentor. HISD is the most extensive public school system in Texas and the seventh largest in the United States. Moreover, HISD is working toward becoming Houstonians’ K-12 school system of choice by constantly improving instructions.
Thereafter, Kim joined Katy Independent School District as an elementary educator. She dedicated three years to the development of the institution. She also served as the Technology trainer, Hospitality coordinator, and panelist on the interview committee.
In 2001, Kim Joined the Cypress-Faairbanks International School District as the Elementary and Special Programs Teacher. Under her supervision was the Led Teacher Technology Training. Cypress-Fairbanks ISD is the third largest public school district in the state of Texas with more than 115,000 students enrolled.
The Transition Into the Franchise Industry:
Kim Falk ventured into the Franchising industry in the year 2005. She worked as the Regional Sales Manager with the Marble Slab Creamery for a year. Kim managed the franchised locations along with the other special development projects. Marble Slab Creamery was later acquired by NexCen Franchise Management and fetched Kim the position of National Sales Manager for several brands that came under the company’s portfolio.
Kim’s efficiency and commitment to the franchise industry strengthened with her role in Global Franchise Group as the Development Manager. While with the company, she managed nationwide brands like Marble Slab Creamery, Pretzelmaker, Great American Cookies, MaggieMoo’s, Pretzeltime, The Athlete’s Foot, and the Shoebox, New York. While Kim’s hands-on experience had fetched impeccable results, she brought about major developmental strategies. Kim developed military/Vet and Women in Business programs resulting in spiking sales. Kim has been a continuous leader in the franchise industry.
Furthermore, Kim’s proven business acumen placed her at Primrose Schools as the Director of Franchise Development. She has been the face of the franchise in tradeshows. Kim has interviewed on behalf of the franchise for the New York Business Journal website. Primrose Schools is a national franchise company. The franchise provides high-quality early education and care to children and families across the country. The franchise has over 450 schools, dedicated to children 6 weeks old through kindergarten and after-school students. Headquartered in Atlanta Georgia, Primrose schools have been successful in becoming the industry leader in the education segment of the franchise market.
Kim Falk, Vice President of Development, Beans & Brews:
At present, Kim Falk serves as the Vice President of Development for Beans & Brews Coffeehouse. Headquartered in Utah, Beans and Brews provides the best quality products. Founded in the year 1993, the coffeehouses market themselves for the ‘best coffee experience’.
Without a doubt, Kim’s expertise in franchise development and exceptional relationship-building abilities has made her one of the most sought-after franchise experts in the industry. Apart from being a Certified Franchise Executive, Kim actively participates in tradeshows across the country. Moreover, Kim mentions in the ‘about’ section of the LinkedIn platform- “knack to build lasting relationships allows for expertise in multi-unit growth and market expansions with record-breaking results!”
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