220 Best Franchises to Buy: The Essential Sourcebook for Evaluating the Best Franchise Opportunities
Crown Publishing Group, Feb 24, 2010 - Business & Economics - 704 pages
Today's economic climate, dominated by corporate giants and chains, can be a tough place for a new face, but buying a franchise is the best opportunity for a budding entrepreneur. 220 Best Franchises to Buy, revised and updated with all-new franchise ideas, shows you how to get in on the ground floor--and how to reap the benefits of running your own business without running all the risks.
Here are all the facts you need to make an informed decision about the franchise operation that best suits your professional goals, financial resources, and personal needs. The book features a step-by-step breakdown of potentially confusing areas such as financial responsibilities and licensing fees. You'll also learn about what kind of training and marketing to expect for your money, and how to negotiate a contract in your favor.
This new edition of a business classic has been completely updated and revised to include franchise opportunities for the new millennium--everything from advertising to the fastest-growing chains of health clubs. With over fifty thousand copies in print, 220 Best Franchises to Buy is one of the most trusted sources of franchise information for today's entrepreneurs.
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10 The Employment Industry
11 The Food Industry
12 The Health and Beauty Industry
13 The Home Construction Improvement and Maintenance Industry
14 The General Maintenance Industry
15 The Printing and Photographic Industry
16 The Real Estate Industry
17 The Retailing Industry
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