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How to evaluate a franchise

Mendelsohn, M.

How to evaluate a franchise

a guide for people considering setting up on their own in a franchisebusiness

by Mendelsohn, M.

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Published by Franchise World in London .
Written in English


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StatementMartin Mendelsohn.
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Open LibraryOL13865369M

Download our free e-book: Franchising: Decoded & Demystified Critical aspects of franchise concepts you're not examining right now, Why franchise rankings really do not help you at all, and many other important points. 12 Mysteries of Franchising. Decode the 12 Mysteries of Franchising to Evaluate Franchise Concepts Like an Insider. Learn. Because investing in a franchise can entail a significant investment, you should have an attorney review the disclosure document and franchise contract and have an accountant review the company’s financial disclosures. Summary. By doing your research, you are better prepared to evaluate whether or not a franchise is right for you.

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Franchise Doctor’s book Insiders’ Secrets to Buying a Franchise. You can have the advice and expertise of franchise industry pros to refer to as you search for and evaluate the right franchise for you. An attorney can help with legal matters, an accountant with financial details, but no one else has ever offered such critical. Evaluate your existing businesses for franchisability Identify the advantages and disadvantages of franchising Develop a business plan for growth on steroids Evaluate legal risk, obtain necessary documents, and protect intellectual property Create marketing plans, build lead generation, and branding for a new franchise.


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The most important advice I can offer to anyone thinking about buying a franchise (or engaging in any other new business venture) is simple: don’t be afraid to ask questions.

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Before committing to a franchise opportunity it is a good idea to investigate the: franchise system franchisor territory industry. Below is a list of questions that you may want to ask as part of your evaluation process.

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It’s also aimed at helping you find the franchise that’s right for you personally. You may come across a franchise that’s a wonderful opportunity for someone, but not for you. It’s important to return to the self-evaluation that you did in the previous tutorial, and compare your own goals and needs against what the franchise is offering.

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Comparing a franchise to an independent restaurant allows us to demonstrate how risk can factor into business valuation. In many industries, an independent business will have more risks than a franchise and, as a result, will receive a lower valuation.

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There are guidelines in place to ensure that every owner is adhering to those same business practices. Consumers and clients want and expect consistency, one of the key factors why franchise systems succeed.

Let’s examine some other considerations when first evaluating a franchise opportunity: 1. The Market. Has a defined market been determined. "One way to evaluate a franchise is to talk to some of the franchisees," said Marc Gudema, principal broker at Baystate Business Brokers in.

When evaluating any franchise opportunity, make sure you understand what kind of training is available, whether any specific learning is required before opening your doors, and how responsive and helpful the franchisor is likely to be when you reach out to them.

– Evaluate legal risk, obtain necessary documents, and protect intellectual property – Create marketing plans, build lead generation, and branding for a new franchise – Cultivate the franchisee-franchisor relationship.

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