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Franchising

The franchisor is the party that sells the right to a franchise. For example, then, the McDonald’s company is a franchisor while individual store owners are the franchisees. Some of the most...

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Franchising

There are many different ways to think of “types of franchising.” For example, the franchisee can buy the rights to different numbers of stores. The franchisee can buy the right to just one...

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Franchising

Franchising is a way of owning one’s own business without having to come up with a new type of business to own. When a person buys a franchise, he or she is paying a company a fee to be able to...

Latest answer posted November 6, 2012, 2:44 am (UTC)

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