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You should never rush and decide to acquire a franchise. If you're feeling like the franchisor is pushing you for making the decision immediately, this will not be the opportunity for you.
Below are some steps you can take to help you protect your hard-earned money, assets, and livelihood when you want to own a franchise.
Before you invest in a franchise, do a pre-investment check-up and ensure accountability. Each business has its strengths and weaknesses. Understand what you are getting in before investing. Do not confide on internal data, instead seek a third party, an independent research firm for getting objective views.
Franchise contentment is a key predictor of the brand's future performance and long-term system growth. Research shows companies with higher franchise contentment exceedingly surpasses companies with lower contentment on all main performance metrics in terms of unit growth, royalties, turnover, franchisee income.
The Disclosure Document you are provided must include a list of other franchisees in the network, and importantly franchisees who have left the network, and their contact details. If the company you are investing in doesn't hand over a list of its franchises, walk away and never look back as it can be a red flag.
Senior-level management can tell you everything is rosy with their franchises when, in fact, trouble is brewing. Survey franchises to get their feedback. This is the only way to know how franchises feel and what senior-level management does for addressing issues.
Check if there are any recent news articles or reviews made about the business. The data will give you business intelligence which you require for protecting your investment. If the brand is likely to be a high risk, there will probably be articles or comments on the internet alerting you to the dangers and the past experiences of other franchises.
It is recommended that you make contact with some franchisees and ask them about your concerns. The other franchises should be able to give you a general idea of what the franchisor is like to deal with and whether their businesses are living up to expectations.
Taking the correct steps for minimizing the risks and protecting your investment is vital. Buying a franchise is not only a huge financial, mental and physical investment, but there are also numerous aspects of operating a company that opens people up to liability. Seek to partner with experienced legal experts throughout the process of purchasing and owning a franchise to make sure that you're protected.
Check the success of the business. An investment in franchising is gonna be worthwhile if it already possesses a decent track record and a good profit. In short, choose a business that is stable, future-proof, and has the potential to expand. As long as you do your research, understand what you’re entering into, and receive the right support and assistance, buying a franchise should not be a daunting or negative experience.
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