Three Things to Consider Before Selecting a Food Franchise

Besides the cost, you also have to study the market in the targeted region
Former Features Editor, Entrepreneur Asia Pacific
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Wanted to run your own business but found the start-up phase too daunting? Consider buying a franchise instead.

Since you are essentially borrowing another firm’s already successful business model, franchising can be a safer bet for starting a new business.

Ahmed Elsaadany, business development manager of Dubai-based Alawael Investment Group that has food brands like Potato Hut, Jungle Juice and Mashakeek, tells at the Franchise India Expo 2018 the three things people should consider when looking for food brands.

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