Getting started with a franchise may seem like an attractive, secure option for would-be small business owners. But what many newbie franchisees don't fully realize is that starting a franchise still involves a considerable investment of time, energy, and money, and there are numerous fly-by-night operations that promise the world, but in the end fail to deliver.

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Written by tiroberts
691 days ago

Franchising is def something I'm not skilled in, but between you and the Franchise King, I'm learning a lot. Thanks for sharing with us.

Ti



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