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4 Keys to a Successful Franchise

by on August 5, 2018 in Funding The Biz Tips

For many companies creating a successful franchise is the dream. But, achieving this dream is only half the battle. Maintaining and growing your business franchise can be a challenge. However, the reward for getting it right is always worth it.

🔑Franchise Business Plan

The only place to start is with a franchise business plan. Finding investors, understandings your market, and identifying pain points are just a few vital things that need to be addressed in your franchise business plan. The difference between a franchise business plan and a a regular small business plan is in the expertise and experience. BBP’s business plan writers take your business growth seriously. By providing in-depth research into your competitors, locations, and niche they are able to customize the ideal plan.

🔑Funding

Part of creating an effective franchise business plan is making it appealing and informative to the right investors. This is done by really nailing your brand message and having a franchise business plan that is jam-packed with information. Showing you know your market is the most important thing to an investor. Other financing options include getting funds from the franchisor, SBA loans, or finance companies.

🔑Anticipate Pitfalls

In order to keep your results from falling short of your expectations, expect a challenge. Growing your brand from a small business to regional, national, and potentially international is no easy feat. But, take a look around at the brands you use, wear, and keep in your household-it can be done. Anticipating your business struggles and challenges before they happen can save you from disaster and set you up to become an authority. Anticipate pitfalls by:

  • Communicating effectively
  • Consider hypotheticals
  • Test thoroughly
  • Track progress
  • Create new solutions regularly

🔑Location

You can have all the funding in the world, but if you place your franchise in the wrong location, you can kiss your sales goodbye. Choosing your franchise location has to make sense. You won’t see a winter tire shop in central Florida. While that’s a more obvious example, it represents the need to know where your target audience goes for their needs, why they go there, and when. Study your shopper before you choose your real estate.

 

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