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Buying a Franchise

Firstlight

What Makes for an Exceptional Franchise?

The franchise model is believed to have been started in the mid 1800’s by Albert Singer. Well-known brands such as A&W Root Beer, which was founded by the Marriott family, and Kentucky Fried Chicken came on the scene in the 1920’s and 30’s. Today there are over 2,000 different brands operating over 700,000 franchised units

Firstlight

What Makes for an Exceptional Franchise?

The franchise model is believed to have been started in the mid 1800’s by Albert Singer. Well-known brands such as A&W Root Beer, which was founded by the Marriott family, and Kentucky Fried Chicken came on the scene in the 1920’s and 30’s. Today there are over 2,000 different brands operating over 700,000 franchised units

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Know What You Need For A Loan (And How Likely You Are To Get It)

The steps to buying a franchise are a lot like buying your first home. You figure out where you want to live, how much you need to borrow, and then you find a bank that will provide you with a prequalification letter so sellers take you seriously. BoeFly offers a new tool that helps you do just that.

FBR ViewPoints: John Hewitt, Liberty Tax Service

In a short interview with Liberty Tax Founder & CEO, John Hewitt, we dive into to the brand’s history and its plans for the future. Find out the brand’s franchise opportunity, community outreach programs, and what might make others “jealous” of a Liberty Tax franchisee’s lifestyle.

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Multi-Unit Franchising is Booming, According to a New Research Report

The median annual pre-tax Income of the multi-unit franchisees Franchise Business Review surveyed was $88,000. 29% earned more than $150K and 16% earned over $250K. By contrast, 11% of single-unit franchise owners earn more than $150K and only 4% earn over $250K.

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How Much Does a Franchise Cost?

How Much Does a Franchise Cost? Wow… that’s a tough one! It’s similar to buying a car or a house – there is a huge range in price between various franchise opportunities. What’s important to understand are three key pieces of information related to cost: 1.) initial capital required, 2.) total initial investment, and 3.)

Franchisors

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The Most Important Franchise Operations Tool You May Not Be Using

In June 2015, over 100 franchisors learned how to run their brand more successfully via Franchise Business Review’s 2015 Ops Webinar Series. They benefitted from the insight of 15 respected franchise industry leaders who shared their experiences, expertise, and favorite resources during five online sessions.

Throughout the series, one idea kept that regardless of the session topic was…

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Attn: Smart CEO’s

I often joke we should create a marketing campaign around “Franchise Business Review. We make you look smarter!”. After reading How to Make the Most of Your First 100 Days as CEO, I think I’m on to something. The article outlines three steps all new CEOs who place a priority on the health and wealth

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The Most Important Franchise Operations Tool You May Not Be Using

In June 2015, over 100 franchisors learned how to run their brand more successfully via Franchise Business Review’s 2015 Ops Webinar Series. They benefitted from the insight of 15 respected franchise industry leaders who shared their experiences, expertise, and favorite resources during five online sessions.

Throughout the series, one idea kept that regardless of the session topic was…

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The Perfect Time To Reach Candidates

Search activity ticks up Sunday evening, specifically between 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm ET, as denoted by the brighter red markers in the graphic. It then continues for all of Monday’s typical waking hours, peaking for the day at around 1:00pm ET, when the greatest number of North Americans across the four time zones is taking lunch.

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