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Buying a business which is not a franchise

November 26th, 2008

If you purchased a business, you no longer have anyone to fall back onto to assist you in building the business.  Franchisors often have determined the formula of success and hopefully have had someone experience a similar problem to yours therefore they can try to fix the problem from other people’ s experience.  If you own your own business, often, you do not share ideas with others.  However, there are many trade associations where competitors of each other help each other with a common goal.  These may or may not be open to franchisees.  Many franchisees have annual conventions where they train you on new product, upgrade your sellings skills and discuss what worked and did not work in different locations throughout the country.


Filed under: Buy a business,Franchises — Gary Landa @ 10:29 am


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