If you are thinking about getting into franchising, and want to learn all you can, I'll be happy to answer general questions on franchising; From how to find the right one, to how to do the proper research, and how to protect yourself from scams. I only offer straightforward franchise advice. I'm not going to try to sell you anything.
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Franchising can be a great way to start your own business, if the right one is chosen and properly researched.
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Do NOT get into a franchise business based on your hobbies!
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Lots of caution, and here's why: 1. These brokers (consultants) only work with franchisors who will pay them-so you're not getting access to all franchisors and their unique concepts. 2. $20,000
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