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Synonyms for franchise

Synonyms for franchise

an authorization to sell a company's goods or services in a particular place

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a business established or operated under an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area

a statutory right or privilege granted to a person or group by a government (especially the rights of citizenship and the right to vote)

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As Spears and Williams can attest, starting your own franchise could cost as much as $250,000.
He said individual operators are responsible for paying their franchise fees to the city, adding Time Warner pays in a timely manner and stands by its figures.
In the state of Florida, despite the fact that traditional recyclables are not defined as part of the waste stream according to state of Florida laws, there are some concerns with the imposition of franchise arrangements in certain cities.
The Mexican Franchise Association began operations in 1989 as McDonald's restaurants first entered the country.
Interviews with franchisees as well as franchisers are revealing, invariably reflecting the disillusionment that apparently settles into most franchise owners within weeks.
The 22nd Annual Franchise 500 marks the ninth time RE/MAX has been recognized by the publication as a leading franchise network.
The IRS determined on audit that the taxpayers' allocations to the franchise rights acquired were excessive, and disallowed a portion of the taxpayers' deductions.
In the middle of the recession, the Gallup organization surveyed franchise owners across the U.
Before joining Sagittarius, Mike Wootton held a franchise sales position with Quiznos.
The Women's Franchise Network is a good example of women in the franchise sector seeing a need and meeting it," says Bannon.
Fast-food outlets make up 38% of local franchises, but dry cleaners, dressmakers and even drugstores have become chains, putting the country in third place for regional franchise sales with US$500 million last year, behind $13 billion for Brazil and $8 billion for Mexico.
By all means read the Entrepreneur Magazine Online article about the franchise that tops their 18th annual Franchise 500 list.
ranked 192 in the Entrepreneur([R]) Magazine's 28th Annual Franchise 500[R].
Rose Lorenz, a blossoming franchisee with Educational Outfitters also believes that the primary benefit of joining a franchise vs.
Educational Services Leader and Leading Global Franchising Organization Offer Franchise Opportunities in New England, then Nationally