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John Pratt writes: The important point to remember, in relation to franchising, is that the franchisee’s business is theirs - it is not the franchisor’s. Franchisees generally make all business decisions, subject...
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Shelley Nadler writes: As a franchisee, your status is that of an independent business person entering into a contractual relationship with a franchisor for the right to carry on a business format...
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Brian Duckett writes: Assuming you’ll be the majority shareholder and will take day to day responsibility for the operation of the business, you will be most definitely in control. However, the purpose...
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