2020-04-27

Introduction to Franchise Marketing

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Introduction to Franchise Marketing. Franchise marketing refers to the marketing strategies and tactics franchisors and franchisees use to attract new clients or customers to increase awareness and drive revenue to their franchise organization. Franchise marketing has evolved to almost 100% to digital marketing. What is a franchise? A franchise typically involves the granting by one party (a franchisor) to another party (a franchisee) the right to carry on a particular name or trade mark, according to an identified system, usually within a territory or at a location, for an agreed upon term. The franchisee is granted a franchise license to use the franchise companyÍs trademarks, systems, signage, software, and other proprietary tools and systems in accordance with the guidelines in the franchise contract. Differences Between a Franchise Opportunity And a Business Opportunity TheyÍre both really ñbusiness opportunities.î ´ A franchise business provides a detailed, step-by-step, business ñblueprint.î There are very specific rules that must be followed, including the use of approved signage, and marketing materials, hours of operation, etc. Franchisors also provide ongoing support to their franchisees. Franchising is also highly regulated, and there are a lot of things that a franchisor must do to legally set it up. ´ A non-franchise business opportunity also provides a ñblueprint,î but itÍs usually not as detailed. There just arenÍt as many rules, when compared to a franchise. The actual contract that youÍre given to review prior to signing a business opportunity type of business may be one to two pages in length. Franchise contracts are 20 to 40 pages long. A good example of a business opportunity would be a mall kiosk type of business. The kiosk owner is provides with a pre-packaged set-up including the actual kiosk, the inventory, and preferred methods to make sales. In addition, there are no ongoing royalties, as with a franchise. Most of the time, pure business opportunities have a much lower investment than a franchise business. One reason for this is that once someone buys a business opportunity, the support provided by the business opportunity seller is very limited in most cases, as opposed to a franchisor, who must invest in an infrastructure that can handle the ongoing needs and contractual obligations of its franchisees.

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2020-04-27

Introduction to Franchise Marketing

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Introduction to Franchise Marketing. Franchise marketing refers to the marketing strategies and tactics franchisors and franchisees use to attract new clients or customers to increase awareness and drive revenue to their franchise organization. Franchise marketing has evolved to almost 100% to digital marketing. What is a franchise? A franchise typically involves the granting by one party (a franchisor) to another party (a franchisee) the right to carry on a particular name or trade mark, according to an identified system, usually within a territory or at a location, for an agreed upon term. The franchisee is granted a franchise license to use the franchise companyÕs trademarks, systems, signage, software, and other proprietary tools and systems in accordance with the guidelines in the franchise contract. Differences Between a Franchise Opportunity And a Business Opportunity TheyÕre both really Òbusiness opportunities.Ó ¥ A franchise business provides a detailed, step-by-step, business Òblueprint.Ó There are very specific rules that must be followed, including the use of approved signage, and marketing materials, hours of operation, etc. Franchisors also provide ongoing support to their franchisees. Franchising is also highly regulated, and there are a lot of things that a franchisor must do to legally set it up. ¥ A non-franchise business opportunity also provides a Òblueprint,Ó but itÕs usually not as detailed. There just arenÕt as many rules, when compared to a franchise. The actual contract that youÕre given to review prior to signing a business opportunity type of business may be one to two pages in length. Franchise contracts are 20 to 40 pages long. A good example of a business opportunity would be a mall kiosk type of business. The kiosk owner is provides with a pre-packaged set-up including the actual kiosk, the inventory, and preferred methods to make sales. In addition, there are no ongoing royalties, as with a franchise. Most of the time, pure business opportunities have a much lower investment than a franchise business. One reason for this is that once someone buys a business opportunity, the support provided by the business opportunity seller is very limited in most cases, as opposed to a franchisor, who must invest in an infrastructure that can handle the ongoing needs and contractual obligations of its franchisees.

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2020-04-27

Introduction to Franchise Marketing

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Introduction to Franchise Marketing. Franchise marketing refers to the marketing strategies and tactics franchisors and franchisees use to attract new clients or customers to increase awareness and drive revenue to their franchise organization. Franchise marketing has evolved to almost 100% to digital marketing. What is a franchise? A franchise typically involves the granting by one party (a franchisor) to another party (a franchisee) the right to carry on a particular name or trade mark, according to an identified system, usually within a territory or at a location, for an agreed upon term. The franchisee is granted a franchise license to use the franchise companyÍs trademarks, systems, signage, software, and other proprietary tools and systems in accordance with the guidelines in the franchise contract. Differences Between a Franchise Opportunity And a Business Opportunity TheyÍre both really ñbusiness opportunities.î ´ A franchise business provides a detailed, step-by-step, business ñblueprint.î There are very specific rules that must be followed, including the use of approved signage, and marketing materials, hours of operation, etc. Franchisors also provide ongoing support to their franchisees. Franchising is also highly regulated, and there are a lot of things that a franchisor must do to legally set it up. ´ A non-franchise business opportunity also provides a ñblueprint,î but itÍs usually not as detailed. There just arenÍt as many rules, when compared to a franchise. The actual contract that youÍre given to review prior to signing a business opportunity type of business may be one to two pages in length. Franchise contracts are 20 to 40 pages long. A good example of a business opportunity would be a mall kiosk type of business. The kiosk owner is provides with a pre-packaged set-up including the actual kiosk, the inventory, and preferred methods to make sales. In addition, there are no ongoing royalties, as with a franchise. Most of the time, pure business opportunities have a much lower investment than a franchise business. One reason for this is that once someone buys a business opportunity, the support provided by the business opportunity seller is very limited in most cases, as opposed to a franchisor, who must invest in an infrastructure that can handle the ongoing needs and contractual obligations of its franchisees.

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2020-04-27

Introduction to Franchise Marketing

Blogs

Introduction to Franchise Marketing. Franchise marketing refers to the marketing strategies and tactics franchisors and franchisees use to attract new clients or customers to increase awareness and drive revenue to their franchise organization. Franchise marketing has evolved to almost 100% to digital marketing. What is a franchise? A franchise typically involves the granting by one party (a franchisor) to another party (a franchisee) the right to carry on a particular name or trade mark, according to an identified system, usually within a territory or at a location, for an agreed upon term. The franchisee is granted a franchise license to use the franchise companyÕs trademarks, systems, signage, software, and other proprietary tools and systems in accordance with the guidelines in the franchise contract. Differences Between a Franchise Opportunity And a Business Opportunity TheyÕre both really Òbusiness opportunities.Ó ¥ A franchise business provides a detailed, step-by-step, business Òblueprint.Ó There are very specific rules that must be followed, including the use of approved signage, and marketing materials, hours of operation, etc. Franchisors also provide ongoing support to their franchisees. Franchising is also highly regulated, and there are a lot of things that a franchisor must do to legally set it up. ¥ A non-franchise business opportunity also provides a Òblueprint,Ó but itÕs usually not as detailed. There just arenÕt as many rules, when compared to a franchise. The actual contract that youÕre given to review prior to signing a business opportunity type of business may be one to two pages in length. Franchise contracts are 20 to 40 pages long. A good example of a business opportunity would be a mall kiosk type of business. The kiosk owner is provides with a pre-packaged set-up including the actual kiosk, the inventory, and preferred methods to make sales. In addition, there are no ongoing royalties, as with a franchise. Most of the time, pure business opportunities have a much lower investment than a franchise business. One reason for this is that once someone buys a business opportunity, the support provided by the business opportunity seller is very limited in most cases, as opposed to a franchisor, who must invest in an infrastructure that can handle the ongoing needs and contractual obligations of its franchisees.

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