The Price for Getting it Right...
As a franchise consultant that works with both buyers and sellers, I am often asked; what do I get for my money when I buy a franchise?
Here’s an article I wrote a few years ago that I think sums it up nicely. Let me know what you think.
The Winning Franchisee
This is an article out of The Franchise Buyer’s Guide & Workbook I wrote in 2002. I think it is just as relevant today as it was when I first wrote it.
Buying a Job
Have you ever heard the term; “buying a job"?
Low investment franchise opportunities are sometimes called buying a job or income substitution - and even discredited by some in the industry.
The Qualifying Process
Buying a franchise is just a process of mutual acceptance of both parties. If you’re seriously interested in the franchise, it’s important to show that interest in your actions.
Negotiating a Franchise Agreement
When I was selling (DIGIKIDS®), prospective franchisees would sometimes ask that I change a requirement or provision in the franchise agreement.