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Begin your journey to becoming a small business owner through franchising. What does franchising mean, exactly? A franchisee distributes products or services under the franchisor’s name. A franchisee is defined as the individual or company that owns and operates a franchise for the sale of goods or services. A franchisor is the company that sells the right to open stores and sell products or services using their brand. The franchisee typically pays an initial fee and ongoing royalties to use the franchisor’s brand or tradename along with their business system. Good examples of franchises you may already be familiar with are brands like McDonald’s or Dunkin’ Donuts. These restaurants are individually owned and operated by franchisees across the United States.

There are thousands of franchises available to a potential small business owner beyond restaurants , and the most well-known brands that have become household names. You can buy into a franchise across many different industries such as Retail, Education, Automotive, and Travel to name a few. The selection can be overwhelming, but the benefits are great.

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Buying a Franchise

Begin your journey to becoming a small business owner through franchising. What does franchising mean, exactly? A franchisee distributes products or services under the franchisor’s name. A franchisee is defined as the individual or company that owns and operates a franchise for the sale of goods or services. A franchisor is the company that sells the right to open stores and sell products or services using their brand. The franchisee typically pays an initial fee and ongoing royalties to use the franchisor’s brand or tradename along with their business system. Good examples of franchises you may already be familiar with are brands like McDonald’s or Dunkin’ Donuts. These restaurants are individually owned and operated by franchisees across the United States.

There are thousands of franchises available to a potential small business owner beyond restaurants , and the most well-known brands that have become household names. You can buy into a franchise across many different industries such as Retail, Education, Automotive, and Travel to name a few. The selection can be overwhelming, but the benefits are great.

Benefits of a Franchise

Buying an Existing Franchise

Is Buying a Franchise Profitable?

What are the Four Types of Franchising

Franchise or Business Opportunity

How to Choose a Franchise Business

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