The conclusion of our six-part series comparing Healthy and Unhealthy Franchise Systems looking at several key Items of a Franchise Disclosure Document.
It is important to investigate healthy franchise systems to ensure they are a good investment, one way is to look at their Item 19.
This report explores Item 20 of an FDD which contains Franchisee and Outlet Information where the Franchisee Turnover Rate (FTR) is detailed.
The franchise industry sometimes receives mixed reviews including the occasional bad press. However, a look at the top tier of the industry reveals
Most franchisors provide an Additional Funds or working capital amount of three months. These funds are estimated to cover expenses to operate the franchise
As companies seek ways to expand, franchising is considered a successful business model to implement. Considering that the cost to franchise a business.
Territory rights can be a critical component of a prospective franchisee’s decision to purchase a franchise. Two types of territories are typically prese
Analysis of the Initial Franchise Fee and Estimated Initial Investment will play a critical role in any prospective franchisee’s due diligence. Franchisors
Item 19 Financial Performance Representations (FPR) are a key component for performing franchisee due diligence. An FPR allows a prospective franchise to
Systems that show bad attributes that may be unattractive to potential franchisees. These are some of the less competitive systems in the industry.