Franchising Advice Nottingham

Many people decide to become a part of a franchise as an alternative to starting a brand new company and starting from scratch. This generally ensures some level of success, since the brand is already well known, but there are many other factors to consider when thinking about franchising. Continue reading to learn more about franchising and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

Snappy Snaps Franchises
01332 364300
47 Crown Walk
Derby
Barbqbase Franchising
0116 262 8111
170 Prestwold Road
Leicester
Celebrations Franchising
01202 759979
13 Queens Road
Bournemouth
Kwik Vend 1996 Ltd
01202314786
Garden Office Suite Pine Grang, Bath Road
Bournemouth
Countrywide Franchising
019 3235 0314
Rosemount Avenue
London
Snappy Snaps Franchises
0115 941 2360
9 Exchange Walk
Nottingham
Beaver Screens Franchise Ltd
0116 253 7371
Unit 10 The Old Railway Arches Slater Street
Leicester
Beaver Screens Franchise
0116 253 7371
16 Gladstone Street
Leicester
Celebration Franchising
01202292492
1 Yelverton Road
Bournemouth
Gilmore Consultancy Ltd
020 73511896
106 Cheyne Walk
Westminster

Franchising Advice

Franchising Advice & Information

If you would like to start by becoming part of an already established business then franchising could be for you. The most popular form of franchising is 'business format franchising'. This is the granting of a license by one person (the franchisor) to another (the franchisee) which entitles the franchisee to trade under the trade mark/name of the franchisor and to make use of a package they offer. It will generally cover everything you would need to set up a business (even if you have no experience) and be supported on an ongoing basis.

  • There are clear advantages to franchising, especially if you are new to running your own business. You don't have to come up with an idea; the established franchises already have brand names and advertising in place. Many franchisors will offer training and help you secure investment.
  • To set up a franchise you usually have to pay an initial fee and then ongoing service fees, often based on turnover. For this you receive ongoing support including advertising and product development.
  • The downside of franchising is the cost of following someone else's template and not having the creative opportunities to develop the business in another direction.
  • Examples of famous and well-established franchises include Body Shop, MacDonalds and Dyno-Rod. More recent, less expensive and less well established franchises include Papa John's Pizza and Coffee Republic.
  • Many other franchise opportunities are advertised for sale in franchise magazines and on line at Franchise Direct . If you want more information on franchising then go to Which Franchise who run free seminars on choosing the right franchise.
  • Total Franchise also have details of a lot of franchising opportunities

Any form of self employment can be difficult and challenging at times but also incredibly satisfying. Being your own boss brings it's own rewards and a real sense of personal achievement.

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