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TITLE Boxing Club Unveils New Star-Studded Ownership Team

Published by on May 23, 2016

ANN ARBOR, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–After an incredibly impressive first half of 2016, TITLE Boxing Club International, the number one fastest-growing franchise by Inc. Magazine, announced today new additions to its existing ownership team including super-star names from the NFL and franchise industry. Arguably one of the biggest partnerships in franchising history, the new faces of this powerhouse executive team are equipped to elevate TITLE Boxing Club to unimaginable heights.

Orchestrated by TITLE Boxing Club CEO, John Rotche, the new ownership additions includes….

John Rotche: Ann Arbor Produces Entrepreneurs

Published by on March 27, 2016

ANN ARBOR — Entrepreneur John Rotche says he has always had a good foundation on which to grow.
That same principle applies to growing a business, he says.

A solid foundation is the key to turning a business into a successful franchise because without a strong base, growing and expanding your brand can go very wrong very quickly, according to Rotche…

TITLE Boxing Club Named #1 Fastest Growing Franchise

Published by on December 20, 2015

The decision to franchise opens up many additional questions for business owners already bogged down with a myriad of responsibilities. Where do we want to expand? What makes a good potential business location? And whom can we trust to gain intimate access to our business? Here are this year’s Top 10 Fastest Growing Franchises:

John Rotche and David Barr at FranWorth

Franworth Helps Small Franchisors Grow

Published by on December 1, 2015

Four years ago, John Rotche was attending the Unconference in Park City, Utah, somewhat at loose ends because he had just sold his 148-unit company, Ductz, and was looking to start a new chapter in his already many-chaptered book.

“I didn’t rent a car, so I was in the parking lot with my skis trying to hitch a ride to the slopes,” he says.

Attendee David Barr and his wife were headed in the same direction, so he offered Rotche a ride. In the course of the 10-minute drive, Rotche discovered that Barr was a “professional board guy” — an intriguing way to earn money while helping grow companies…