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July 23, 2014

The 3 Steps to Attracting Your First Franchisees

Once all the ink is dry, the forms are filed and everything is approved marking the birth of your franchise, the next step is to attract potential franchisees. You need quality, high-octane, dedicated individuals running your business, so it is important to find the right people and to make sure that they can find you.


June 22, 2014

6 Keys to Determining if Your Business Can be Franchised

Is My Business Something that can be Franchised?

If you’ve gotten to the point of exploring franchising your business, let’s take a moment and celebrate your success. You’ve worked hard to develop your company, spending long nights and weekends toiling to build something successful. That accomplishment speaks volumes to your drive and resilience in the world of business. 


August 14, 2013

California Senate shows no faith in "good faith" franchising bill

Franchise rights advocates suffered a setback when the California Senate failed to vote on Bill 610, which would have required that good faith be an official part of franchising agreements. The new franchise law was opposed by representatives and lobbyists representing more than 40 big franchisors such as BP, The UPS Store and Fatburger. One senator counted the number of individuals and franchisees who had contacted him in support of the bill at over 700.