2 edition of How to evaluate a franchise. found in the catalog.
How to evaluate a franchise.
by Franchise World for the British Franchise Association in London
Written in English
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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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In addition to a host of useful information. When evaluating a franchise opportunity, prospective franchisees must consider important legal and commercial factors before signing on the dotted line. Melissa Murray highlights the following as a starting point for clients when preparing their business plan.
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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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