Scottsdale resident to open Transworld Business Advisors

On Oct. 26, Jason Grindall will open his first Transworld Business Advisors location at 14362 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Suite 1000, in Scottsdale and thereby start making his business expertise available to everyone in the area.

Mr. Grindall is well equipped for this new career with a company that has ranked on Entrepreneur Magazine’s annual Franchise 500 for the past five years in a row.

Jason Grindall (submitted photo)

Jason Grindall (submitted photo)

TBA provides business brokerage services, franchise consulting, and help with franchise development. As a former VP of Sales for a local company, Mr. Grindall knows what it takes to succeed and will be helping others find new careers, success and an exit strategy.

“I have been helping small, medium, and large businesses with their marketing and growth for about 20 years,” stated Mr. Grindall in a press release. “I feel that this is another step in the process of helping businesses with an exit plan to leverage their hard work and their devotion to the communities they serve.”

Having spent so much time in the entrepreneurial field, the choice to buy a Transworld franchise was not one Mr. Grindall chose lightly.

“I feel the Transworld model is exactly what I was looking for in a franchise/business venture,” stated Mr. Grindall in the relase.

Franchises offer the perfect combination of large corporations and small, local stores. With the support of the Transworld Company, backed by franchise giant United Franchise Group, Mr. Grindall is better able to help those in his communities who are making the decision to take their careers into their own hands.

“I consistently find I meet men and women that work for massively large corporations and they wish they could control their destiny in their own franchise or small business,” stated Mr. Grindall in the release.

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