Franchise Your Business: Page 2
If you're not tapping these networks, you're missing out on two important sources of people who may be interested in your franchise.
If you include these elements in your marketing plan, you'll be one step closer to finding interested prospects for your franchise.
Before you begin your marketing efforts, be sure you understand what it is you're selling, who you're selling it to, and why they should be interested in buying your franchise.
Learn the type of support you should provide to help ensure your franchisees' success.
A strong training program can ensure that your franchisees and their employees follow your methods and rules. Here's what you need to include.
For most successful franchisors, quality control is at the heart of franchisee success. Find out what elements need to be top quality if you want to succeed.
Find out what typical legal potholes you could run into as a franchisor, so you can better protect yourself and your company.
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.