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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Negotiating your franchise agreement

By Tony Wilson
Many prospective franchisees tend to think the franchise agreements presented to them by franchisors are non-negotiable contracts, written in stone. As they understand it, these are standard-form contracts that are never negotiated.

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Thriving in a competitive market

By Tony Wilson
Looking into buying a food-service franchise but worried there are already too many pizza, sub, burger or coffee outlets in your chosen area? Here’s a different way of looking at it: I was driving down Columbia Street in the Vancouver suburb of New Westminster a few weeks ago with an out-of-town friend who looked out the window and commented on the number of wedding dress and tuxedo stores in the area.

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