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Franchise How-To - Page: 2
One example: What's your end plan for this business?
Make sure you understand contract jargon before signing your life away.
A good franchisor wants to make a deal that works for both parties -- but a lot of them just want to make a quick sale.
Opening a business (no matter your age) is tough, but becoming part of a franchise can give you the support you need for success.
Like most worthwhile career ventures, the answer lies in due diligence and conversations with people already in the business.
Building a strong franchise company starts on the inside, with the right facilities, vendors and employees. Find out how to do things right.
A franchise expert offers some experienced advice about the potholes you may run into when creating your franchise agreement.
If you've never had to negotiate a lease for a business, this primer will help you understand the basics about franchise location leases.