Working for a franchise business

Working for a franchise business - You are looking to work with people with many, many years of experience in the business, so that when the tough times hit (as they inevitably do) there's a good chance they will figure out solutions to keep you successful. You have an undergraduate degree from a top university or an mba or a law degree under your belt, you may well be bored out of your skull after a year or two running a franchised business. /casualty, liability and other insurance-you should make a copy of the franchise's insurance requirements from the ufoc, fax them to your insurance brokers, and ask for premium quotes before you sign the franchise agreement. Although there are a growing number of professional franchises (such as executive coaches and corporate trainers), the vast majority of franchises involve basic retail and service businesses that require little education or sophistication.

How Franchising Works: An illustrated guide

An efficient business model blamed by some for low wages, franchising squeezes small-business owners between corporations ...