Developing a Franchise System

when franchise fails
Regardless of the cause, the loss of any single franchisee-owned location should be viewed with concern by the franchisor, and should be analyzed to discover the reason and prevent future failures.
re-opening a franchise system
The government’s guidance will continue to change as circumstances on the ground change; many franchise systems are once again fully open for business, while others remain susceptible to evolving restrictions due to Covid-19.
franchising your business properly
For those of us experienced in franchising, we are often amazed when companies considering the establishment of a new franchise system begin the process at the end – the development of the legal agreements.
Transferring Franchise Business
This in-depth article addresses one of the most difficult business and relationship issues for franchisors to manage - the transfer of a franchised location between franchisees.
financing a franchise
Just like any other fee imposed in a franchise agreement, advertising and marketing fees must be structured in a way that balances the franchise system’s need for the funds with the franchisee’s practical bottom line return on investment.
when franchise fails
Understanding unit failure is a chance to improve your franchise system, and it’s important for franchisors to understand why each location failed.