Ask Entrepreneur - Franchises
I'd love to network with like-minded individuals.
I want to open my own business but I'm not sure I have what it takes.
My business partner and I are in the process of opening up a second business.
Should I try to seek investors?
I'm looking into starting a boot camp exercise business.
What questions should I ask the franchisor and how do I find the best market and location?
The franchise I'm interested in purchasing has lost 100 franchises over the past two years. There were 745 franchises in 2008, now there are 658.
I want to start tea and coffee business vending machine franchise.
I've heard it's necessary for an attorney to review the franchise agreement, but I'd rather save the money to invest in the business.
We found a restaurant in a great location for sale for under $40,000, but it needs about $30,000 in repairs. The landlord is offering free rent during construction. The rent will be $5,000 a month.
I'm starting a fast food business and don't know if it should be an LLC or a C corp.
I need some legal representation and don't want to hire just anyone.
I've always wanted to own my own business and think that a franchise might be a great option. Is there a way to evaluate my potential to become a successful franchisee?
I have someone interested in buying a franchise of my business. Should I go to a lawyer to have the franchise agreement drawn up, even though it could be quite costly?
I've been researching franchise opportunities for awhile now, but I'm not sure how to find investors.
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