Yes, I would like to be contacted by a specialist franchise consultant.
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This sample agreement is for illustrative purposes only and must not be used by any party seeking to franchise their business without taking the author’s prior advice. See also master franchise contract.
Risk management by franchisors is an essential part of their international strategy and roll-out process. Those who fail to identify, reduce, and then manage the remaining risk do so at their peril. They should anticipate spending large amounts of time and money seeking to extricate themselves from the quagmire of litigation.
A franchise relationship should be capable of withstanding the test of time. Indeed, the lack of failure among franchisees, as highlighted annually by the NatWest/BFA survey, is one of the strongest selling points of franchisors.
More and more businesses are quite rightly considering the opportunities and benefits offered by franchising when planning their future development. Indeed, any business which operates through branches should at least look at franchising as one of the potential strategies for growth.
There are a number of financial aspects which need to be addressed by a prospective franchisor when formulating a development plan and I propose to look at three key areas.
Of all the issues that arise for both would-be and existing franchisors none come higher up the scale than franchisee recruitment. If you are a potential franchisor you will have much work to do before placing your first advertisements and we shall explain the elements you need to consider.
One of the more emotive aspects of any franchisor/franchisee relationship is that of the franchise fees. The setting of fees, both initial and ongoing, is very much a balancing act to ensure that both the franchisor and the franchisee achieve the rewards they deserve for their respective contributions to the business.