Franchising has become a convenient means for individual entry into the business world. It allows aspiring entrepreneurs to take advantage of established operational processes and brand awareness, both of which are foundations for success.

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Tips for signing a franchise agreement

By David Gray and Matthew Zuk
The franchising model has become entrenched in recent years as a way of doing business across Canada. It has been applied to many types of businesses and industries with great success, including hotels, fitness centres, and a wide variety of retail stores.

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Defining franchising

By David Gray and Lauren Kenley
The concept of franchising has grown at a remarkable rate across a wide spectrum of industries, to the point where today, almost everyone in the business environment is familiar with the term ‘franchise.’

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What to do if your franchisor goes bankrupt

By David Gray and Howard Manis
Discussing bankruptcy in relation to franchising almost seems counterintuitive. After all, franchising is an excellent way for a prospective entrepreneur to prevent those unfortunate circumstances because its business starts with an established brand, trademark and product from day one.

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