STEP 1. YOU
We help determine what might be the best fit for you via an in depth process of learning what would make you happy and what is truly feasible. In fact, I promise to tell you if franchise ownership might not be the right fit for you.
STEP 2. THE PLAN
We help create a business plan for you through a diligent process that identifies which franchises are consistent with your skill sets, financial requirements, and, most importantly, your goals.
STEP 3. THE FIT
We focus on identifying the best fit franchise business models for you. Then, we formally introduce you to the decision makers at these companies so you can begin your own due diligence with them.
STEP 4. THE DETAILS
We will provide you with all the information you will require, including best selling books to help you form an educated decision. We can also introduce you to experts in financing options, as well as qualified franchise lawyers to help you navigate all financial and legal matters.
THE BEST NEWS
Our service is no fee to you. Much like in real estate, the seller pays the fee. Finally, please note that franchises mitigate risks associated with a new business as they have proven performance, systems, technology, training, marketing support, etc. You will not be alone in your new business.
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With extensive experience, FCC consultants understand the complex franchising issues of both the franchisor and franchisee. We seek to introduce our clients to the best franchise companies by understanding the need to combine significant business knowledge of the franchise landscape with thorough knowledge of how quality franchise organizations are run. The flexibility to operate across a wide variety of fields allows us to include franchised companies in industries such as: property services, personal services, fast food, manufacturers, real estate, auto and many others.
Our job is to explain the rights, responsibilities, duties and obligations of all the parties in the franchise relationship. If problems arise with the relationship between the franchisor and the franchisee, it is usually because one of these four steps were not followed carefully: