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Financial performance representations can be a valuable tool in the process, but there are other tested strategies.
Franchise companies and those looking to franchise can be optimistic.
Three areas for restaurants to focus on right now to be prepared.
A franchise resurgence is on its way ... will you be ready?
Building a strong partnership is step one toward shared success.
Talk to these three people -- who are more likely to tell you 'no' -- before handing over your hard-earned cash for a franchise business.
Navigate 'discovery day' with this list of questions that will make sure you learn all the essential information you need before you shake hands.
If you pay peanuts, you may get monkeys. Learn where to dig and why so you can outweigh costs with benefits and find the best franchise opportunity for you
Once you have a few franchises in mind, you'll be talking to a franchise rep from each company. Here's the skinny on how that phone call should go.
Once you've narrowed your franchise choices to a few – or a few dozen – it's time to investigate these informational options.
In this excerpt from The Franchisee Handbook, by iFranchise Group CEO Mark Siebert, learn how to narrow the field to boost your chances of success
Don't lay down any cash until you've carefully evaluated the most common risks you might face when buying a franchise.
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