Although it can sometimes be difficult to ask direct questions, we think it’s important to do precisely that when you’re buying a franchise. Here are three crucial questions to ask
Be frugal with your money when you buy a franchise. Remember, a franchise is still a business, there are no concrete guarantees of success and your franchisor cannot protect you from all
A tumultuous year for the banking sector has hit Australian small business hard, with prospective entrepreneurs finding access to finance more difficult than ever. However, a new document, the Business
Research and due diligence are at the heart of good preparation for a franchise purchase, and it’s no different when prepping for the franchise finance aspects. Take some simple steps
Just started a franchise business? Chances are you’re too concerned with getting traffic through the door to worry about financial figures, but beware, that’s a dangerous pattern to fall into.
For inspired entrepreneur-types, the lure of a streamlined business venture with set structures can seem like a perfect fit. Provided you chose the right model, opportunity and location, buying a
Franchising is full of successful models with worldwide appeal, take for instance the most famous of all; McDonald’s, which has a global network of over 36,000 restaurants across 100 countries.
“Do we have enough money to buy this business?” This is one of the first questions you’ll need to address when you start to investigate a franchise.