Owning A Franchise
Investing in a franchise is an alternative to buying an existing small business or starting a new one from scratch. Franchises offer a proven system which have been tested and replicated several times over. If you are currently working in Corporate America or do not have any experience owning or working in a small business then Franchising might be the answer. Suncoast Business Consultants can guide you to owning a franchise in South Florida.
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Franchisees usually follow standard daily procedures set forth by the Franchisor. Owning a single unit of a franchise is equivalent more a less to a store/office operations manager position. A multi unit operator would compare a district manager and an area developer/master franchisor could be looked at as a regional manager except on a smaller scale. The difference is that you have an investment at risk and the potential to build equity over time. You are actively involved in participating in the appreciation of your investment. This is not only a monetary investment but also an investment in yourself.
Unfortunately, building real equity is not possible as an employee. Unless you are a high level executive or get lucky and your company stock explodes, making all of the employees billionaires.
There are around 3,000 Franchises available in the U.S. Some are mega size like McDonalds, Subway, 7/Eleven and Little Cesars. But there are many others covering subject areas such as home care, auto, logistics, marketing, fitness, gourmet foods, computer repair and pet care. In summary, you are almost sure to find a franchise that meets both your interest and financial capabilities.
One of the main advantages of a franchise is the ongoing support you receive from the Franchisor. The Franchisor depends on your success much like a major corporation depends on the success of its individual stores. There are complete teams that take on some of the most complicated and mundane tasks. The Franchisor is the eyes and ears of your investment. It is a team effort.
If you would like to get more informing on Franchising you can click on the Franchise tab to explore some of the companies we represent. By working with a Franchise Broker/consultant you can sort through the many options with ease and have your questions answered by experienced professionals.