Unlike traditional start-ups, franchisees tend to have a better shot at securing finance in the early stages
With the economy clambering back on the money train, it seems the franchise sector is bringing a fair bit to the party
The downturn has inspired a new generation of entrepreneurs – from people starting their own businesses, to those considering franchising as a means of making their fortunes.
A franchise has all the facets to survive and flourish in times of recession, says Matt Skinner of FranchiseSales.co.uk
Following the decision to franchise your business, one of the first things to set in stone is how much you are going to charge the people who have thrown their hat in the ring as potential franchisees