Express News Release

  • Express Lauded as One of Entrepreneur’s Fastest-Growing Franchises Worldwide

    OKLAHOMA CITY - April 20, 2022



    Express Lauded as One of Entrepreneur's Fastest-Growing Franchises Worldwide


    With more than 850 franchise locations worldwide and more planned for 2022, leading staffing provider Express Employment Professionals was recently recognized as one of Entrepreneur Magazine's fastest-growing franchises worldwide.

    This prestigious ranking is the result of data submitted for the magazine's annual Franchise 500 List and identifies franchise companies with the highest unit growth over the last year. This year's compilation is based on the net total of new units opened globally from July 2020 to July 2021.

    "2021 was a record year for Express as economies reopened from COVID-19 shutdowns and companies trusted us to take care of their HR needs in a tight labor market," Express Employment International CEO Bill Stoller said. "Just a few months into 2022, we are proud to report the company's continued push for international expansion with the addition of offices in Australia and New Zealand, as well as growth in our North American markets.

    Earlier this year, Express was also recognized by Entrepreneur as the No. 1 staffing franchise in their Franchise 500 rankings and the 25th top franchise overall.

    Express's long-term goal of putting a million people to work annually is at the heart of its company vision: to help as many people as possible find good jobs by helping as many clients as possible find good people. To learn more about franchise opportunities with Express Employment Professionals, contact Vinny Provenzano at or


    About Express Employment Professionals

    At Express Employment Professionals, we're in the business of people. From job seekers to client companies, Express helps people thrive and businesses grow. Our international network of franchises offers localized staffing solutions to the communities they serve across the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, employing 586,000 people globally in 2021 and 10 million since its inception. For more information, visit