Franchise How-To: Page 5
Although an experienced franchise attorney can help you craft a complete document, as the franchisor, it helps to know what your document should outline.
Should you grant exclusive territories or let every "every franchisee for himself" be your motto? These tips can help you decide.
The single most important aspect of your business plan are the fees you charge your franchisees. Discover how to charge enough on the initial fee and royalties to make money without scaring away potential franchisees.
Learn the pros and cons of each franchise structures offers so you can pick the one that will work best for you.
A franchising expert weighs in on the question.
Although you might be able to make a profitable go of it, franchising isn't for everyone. Here's what to consider before you jump in.
Before you decide to franchise your business, take a look at these factors that make a business a good candidate for cloning.
Is franchising right for you? Discover the nine advantages franchising offers that may benefit your business.
A great deal of your time and money is on the line, so you need to know everything there is to know about the franchise you want to purchase.
The six types of franchisees you must talk with to assess whether a particular system is right for you.
From startup costs to legal docs, to vetting franchisees, here's what you need to know before putting your brand in someone else's hands.
Speaking with at least five current owners is your best first step.
Embarking on this discovery process will let you check out the business model even as you, the franchisee, are being vetted.