Is buying a franchise with a well-known brand a wise play? It is--sometimes. But, you can't control what the "brand" does. For example, lousy PR about an event that occurred all the way on the other side of the country can damage a franchisee's business.

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Written by bigmoneyweb
685 days ago

The franchising industry has continued to punch well above its weight over the past year when it comes to growth, job creation and exports. Franchising opportunities are present in a wide variety of sectors – everything from retailing to professional services and catering to training. Thanks for sharing.



Written by franpro
685 days ago

Thanks for the comment. 2013 should be interesting. JL



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