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  • Writer's pictureJerry Silva


1. Prepare the franchise business model: The entrepreneur must accurately define how the franchise model will work. This includes determining the products or services offered by the franchisees, the training system, support, and operational procedures. It is important to develop a comprehensive and descriptive business plan for the franchise.

2. Develop documentation: You must prepare complete documentation for the franchise, including the franchise agreement, informational brochures, operating procedures, instruction manuals, and marketing materials.

3. Training and support: It is important to provide adequate training and support to the franchisees. The entrepreneur must develop a training program that covers both operational aspects and franchise management. It is also essential to provide ongoing support in marketing, technology, and suppliers.

4. Financial analysis: The entrepreneur must conduct a detailed financial analysis to determine franchise fees, commissions, and expected returns on investment for franchisees. It is also important to establish the initial and ongoing costs for franchisees and set realistic revenue forecasts.

5. Marketing and promotion: The entrepreneur must develop a marketing and promotion strategy to increase awareness of franchise opportunities. This may include actions such as advertising in media, email campaigns, participation in fairs and industry events, and the use of social media.

6. Legal protection: To protect both your business and the franchisees, it is important to have appropriate legal support. This may involve drafting and reviewing solid franchise contracts, consulting with legal experts, and complying with all applicable regulations and legal requirements.

7. Recruiting franchisees: The entrepreneur must actively search for potential franchisees.

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