Boost your business growth with a Franchise Business

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Choosing a franchise business model to invest in for your future is one of the biggest decisions you will make. This requires you have a skilled and reputable Franchise Broker  who will have a number of franchises in their portfolio that range in price, industry, and business structure.

IT DOES NOT COST YOU ANYTHING!
Franchisors pay MatchPoint for finding them suitable franchisees. It actually saves them money in the long run, because they only have to deal with a small number of highly suited applicants rather than large numbers of unsuitable applicants.

Attend the FREE MatchPoint Franchise Event on 14 June 2017  “How to grow your business with a franchise model” https://how-to-grow-your-business-with-a-franchise-model.eventbrite.co.uk and take advantage of expert advice.

Franchise broker
A franchise broker works to match potential franchisees with a franchisor. The Broker will be able to assess a potential franchisee’s financial ability, skill, and goals to find a franchise opportunity for which the potential franchisee would be well suited. Ideally, a broker is familiar with the business models and success rates of the franchises he recommends and has vetted the franchises to weed out poorly performing or failing franchises.

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It is also essential to match the broker’s advice with support from a Bank with expertise in the franchise sector to ensure funding required matches the business model. In addition a potential franchisee should hire a lawyer to review the franchise disclosure document (FDD) and the franchise agreement.

Avoids failure
Many of the failures in franchising are because people fall in love with the end product or service they will be supplying, only to find out they dislike or are not suited to what they have to do to win business and find customers. Good franchisors know this so they work with organisations like MatchPoint, telling them what background, skill sets, style, personality their best franchisees have.

International Franchise Association (IFA) studies show 80% of franchise business remain solvent after 5 years, compared to 20% of self-employed business. Also that for over 20 years consecutively, around 90% of all UK franchisees reported profitability over the previous 12 months.

An Executive Search firm
MatchPoint is an Executive Search firm for the franchising industry.
It works just like the world of employment, where an employer tells an agency what type of person they are looking for. However, with MatchPoint it is franchisors who are telling us what type of person is best suited to their franchise.

MatchPoint differs from a typical Executive Search firm in that they coach you through the process of researching the franchises to ensure you leave no stone unturned and can be as confident as possible with any final decision you make. Everyone at MatchPoint is a franchisee themselves, so they have all been on the journey.

MatchPoint can help you evaluate and select the right franchise business. While franchise investments vary, you will need a minimum of £15,000 liquid capital AND a net worth of at least £50,000 (securities, investments, pension funds, home equity) to meet the investment parameters of most franchise companies.

Adescoy work as as affiliate company with MatchPoint Franchise Consulting Network. MatchPoint is an Executive Search firm for the franchising industry, and works as an Independent Franchise Broker to match potential franchisees with a franchisor.

Attend the FREE MatchPoint Franchise Event on 14 June 2017  “How to grow your business with a franchise model” https://how-to-grow-your-business-with-a-franchise-model.eventbrite.co.uk and take advantage of expert advice.

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