When small business franchise is not advisable

Though franchise businesses, often, are attractive tut sometime it may be a problem and unprofitable the franchisees.

As such, a close study of the circumstances is urgently called for to arrive at a cone decision.

Under the following situations owning a small business through franchise is not advisable:

When small business franchise is not advisable

  1. No Sizable Demand: Market study reveals that for convention/cultural reasons, proposed or service, at present, has no sizable demand within the territory for which franchise is sought-
  2. Un encouraging Buying Habits: Number of possible customer and their buying habits territory is not at acceptable level.
  3. Too Many Litigation: The parent company is known to have involved in too many litigation with many or its franchisees on different issues, otherwise manageable.
  4. Existent Franchisees: An unhealthy competition of the same product/service already prevails in the market for the proposed products for which franchise is sought. This occurred for reasons of the existence of a number of franchisees of the same product/service of the same parent company.when_small_business_franchise_is_not_advisable
  5. No/Declining Goodwill: The parent company either has no reputation or goodwill or the existent goodwill is on decline.
  6. Unsatisfactory Financial Transactions: The record of financial transactions of the parent company with their existing franchisees as well as their bankers is known to be not satisfactory.
  7. Unfavorable Terms: Terms and conditions contained in the contract/agreement are found to be mostly parent company biased and not favorable for the franchisee who has applied for such facility.

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