Franchising For Dummies
If you want to own your business but don’t want to start from scratch, maybe buying into a franchise is the right choice for you! Franchising can be a great way to get started in small business without taking the huge risk of founding and building a company on your own. But before you jump in there’s plenty you need to know in order to make sure you do it right.
Franchising For Dummies, Second Edition gives you all the inside insight and smart advice to make sure you pick the right investment opportunity and make the most of it. Written by one of the nation’s leading franchise consultants and by the late Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy’s International, this fun, friendly guide is packed with guidance from top industry professionals. Packed with practical resources you need to succeed, this handy guide will help you:
Full of handy resources—including sample forms and agreements and a listing of available government resources—Franchising For Dummies, Second Edition is a great way to discover a great franchising opportunity, get started, and achieve your dream of small business success and independence.
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
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Franchising Basics Separating the Myths from the Facts
The Power of the Brand Franchising and You
Franchising Is More than Just a Food Industry
Mirror Mirror on the Wall Am I to Be a Franchisee?
So You Want to Be a Franchisee?
Making the Choice Deciding Which Business Is Right for You
Raising Capital Wowing Wrangling and Winning
Acquiring Other Franchises
Acquiring Other Brands
When the End Is Nigh
On the Flip Side Building Your Own Franchise
From SmallBusiness Owner to Franchisor
Growing Your Franchise Family
Building the Network Expanding Wisely
The Part of Tens
Signing on the Dotted Line Legal Issues
Operating Your Franchise like a WellOiled Machine
The StartUp Setting Your Franchises Wheels in Motion
Hiring Training and Other Staffing Decisions
Working with Your Franchisor and Fellow Franchisees
Attracting and Keeping Customers
Times Change Deciding What to Do Next