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A Franchise Case Study outlines a Franchise Disclosure Document also known as a FDD.

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UFC Gym Franchise Fights to Popularity

Intro to the UFC Franchise In Brief In 2009, Mark Mastrov, founder of 24 Hour Fitness and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), decided to combine the two and open...

Have it Your Way with Burger King

In Brief The standard franchise fee for a standard 20-year Franchise Agreement term is $50,000. The term, however, may be shorter for non-traditional restaurants. On a case-by-case basis,...
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A few brush strokes, a few sips of wine, a lot of relaxation: the...

In Brief Pinot’s Palette is a one-of-a-kind studio where customers can spend time painting and sipping wine with friends. The first Pinot’s Palette location was a quiet, local...
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Fresh, Never Frozen: The Wendy’s Case Study

In Brief Wendy's is one of the pioneer fast-food franchises that has grown into a household name. Owning a Wendy's franchise means community involvement, working with a globally...
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Study Up on Popular Tutoring Service, Kumon

In Brief Toru Kumon was a high school math teacher at the time and began to create practice math worksheets for his son to practice. Initial training at...
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HOT-N-READY with Little Caesar’s

In Brief Little Caesars is the third largest pizza chain in the US with international locations in Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean. In...

Stay Healthy and Fresh with Jamba Juice

In Brief The popular franchise began as a college student’s senior year project and has grown to one of the most popularly recognized smoothie restaurants today. Franchisees who decide...

The Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise: America Runs on Dunkin’

Intro to the Dunkin' Donuts Franchise In Brief The Dunkin’ Donuts franchise dates back to a small doughnut and coffee shop in 1948 Massachusetts called “Open Kettle.” Open Kettle...

Break The Ice With This Summer Fun Franchise

In Brief According to Forbes, the shaved ice business grew to $125 million in sales in 2018. The franchise offers an easy startup process, minimal investment with high profitability,...
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