Creating Franchise Friendly Documents

The requirement when franchising your business is to have a set of documents that layout in a particular format your obligations and responsibilities to a franchisee. The reason behind having franchise documents is so that there is transparency of your franchising company and well-defined expectations. In order to meet regulatory requirements when creating such franchise…

You Need More Than Documents to Franchise Your Business

Here you are thinking of franchising your business and you may be thinking that all you really need is a set of franchise documents and you are good to go. In fact you may be thinking that it is so simple you could really just take someone else’s franchise documents and copy them. We are here to tell you that…

A Custom Approach to Franchising Your Business

Recently we were talking with one of our clients and he brought up in conversation that he decided to use The Franchise Maker to franchise his business because he saw right away that we offer more of a tailored and custom approach. So what does a “more tailored and custom approach to franchising” really mean…

Making Sense of the Franchise Fee and a Franchise Territory

There’s a common misconception out there that when a person buys a franchise, the franchise fee that is paid by the person buying a franchise is contingent upon the size of the franchise territory that is awarded. While this is currently not the case, there was a time years ago, when franchisors charged a fee…

Do I Need All Parts of The Franchise Maker Process?

Yep, the process to franchise your business can be a bit intimidating, complicated and overwhelming so we are here to make it easy for you. Our franchise development program provides you with all of the different pieces and professionals necessary in order for you to start offering franchises nationwide. Now you may be asking yourself,…

What Does a Franchise Term Mean? The Franchise Maker Explains It All

As we all go through life, there are different opportunities that present themselves and different commitments that we may make. Some opportunities are a quick, short-term deals (like hiring a realtor to sell your house). Others might represent a longer obligation (like a twenty year lease on a commercial property). Just about everything done in…