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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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8221; The common questions the infographic answers are how many stores does the typical franchisee own?
It created a lot of damage to the reputation of the franchisees, the company and the brand," said another franchisee, who also requested anonymity.
Five new categories this year are for customer service, long-serving franchisee, young franchisee, micro-business and female franchisee.
In fact, as McDonald's told me once, their franchise term of 20 years allows for five years of hard graft and little reward, five years of getting on top of it and in years of pay-back - - making the franchise very much a long-term investment if a franchisee wants to make the most of the opportunity.
Additionally, Jacqueline Prude, a 6 year franchisee with the Coverall Franchise in the Detroit area offers this personal testimony to women considering a franchise vs.
From working on the frontline of franchise units and attending countless trade shows and expositions, to interviewing franchisees and CEOs, Birkeland exposes franchising for the cutthroat, competitive, and often disillusioning world it is.
The franchisee, who lives hundreds of miles from Little Rock, also complained about little available support without having to travel to Arkansas for a refresher course.
A through review is also helpful as it will assist the franchisee in identifying the issues that are generally a concern to franchisees and which may otherwise be overlooked.
Because the right to use the McDonald's system, its trade names and trademarks is the essence of a McDonald's franchise, and because the rights and benefits conferred by a McDonald's franchise cannot be disposed of by a franchisee without disposing of the franchise itself, the court concluded that the taxpayers did not acquire any goodwill separate, and distinct from the goodwill inherent in McDonald's franchises.
Distribution Franchisee is the latest form of public-private partnership in the distribution sector.
A successful franchise relationship is the result of the teamwork of the franchisor and franchisee both looking to protect the brand and provide a profitable environment for the franchisee.
But there should be no doubt that it is the responsibility of the potential franchisee to do his or her "due diligence" and to ensure that they have selected the "proper" franchise brand.
LAS VEGAS -- Franchise Business Review recently presented their 2008 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards, naming FocalPoint International as #1 Franchisor in their category - an achievement that Dominic Rubino, executive vice president of FocalPoint International, says sets a standard in the industry.
A franchisee can have significant sales volume with low profits; the result: franchisor happy, franchisee crying.