Franchise Industries and Business Opportunities
There are over 3000 franchise opportunities available in industries including Automotive, Beauty, Construction, Decorating, Education, Food and Beverage, “Green” Franchises, Health, Internet, Janitorial and we could keep going for every letter of the alphabet. Plus, within each of these industries there are multiple brands with some great franchise and some not so great franchises. The point is, it would be a daunting task for anyone to find the needle in the haystack by themselves.
At FranDecision, our goal is to potentially save you months of research and to help you avoid costly mistakes. If you are serious about identifying a great franchise, then contact us today!
At FranDecision, we are continually researching and vetting franchises to make sure we can present you with the best in market opportunities. These are just a few of the hundreds of great franchises we represent. Contact us for details on more excellent franchise opportunities.
Investing in an existing operating franchise location can be a great decision for some franchise entrepreneurs. You can start with immediate cash flow, employees in place and not have to do all the heavy lifting of a franchise start-up. That said, the decision to go with a resale typically requires more money and even more due diligence on the part of the buyer. At FranDecision, we understand the franchise resale process. As a buyer you are no longer just engaged with a franchisor. Now you have an existing franchisee in the mix as well as any business brokers, attorney’s, CPA’s or others that the franchisee or franchisor have recruited to assist with the resale. If you think a franchise resale might be a good option for you, please call us to discuss how we can help. At FranDecision, we want to be the experienced franchise broker that is on your team!
At FranDecision we also represent Business Opportunities or “Biz Ops” which are similar to franchises in that they offer a complete system of doing business, however they are not franchises. The primary difference being that a Biz Ops is not regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in the same way that a franchise is regulated. Biz Ops do not offer a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) like a franchise which can mean it is more difficult to get the same detail that you would get in an FDD. Another key difference is that you typically do not pay on-going royalties and advertising fees, which often translates into less support. For some entrepreneurs, a Biz Op is ideal as owners often feel more comfortable being on their own after the start-up phase. Biz Ops can still reduce the risk for new owners, and you can still benefit from an established operating system.