After the ribbons are cut, franchisees looking to maximize the success of their locations should leverage all available resources from the franchise business. If you’re considering investing in a food franchise, be sure to ask about the following so you can gauge the level of support you can expect over the long term.
- Training: Whether a company uses traditional training approaches or more advanced online learning management systems, be sure to find out how you will access and receive proper training, who in your organization can take part, and the frequency of educational checks. Also ask how often training materials and programs are updated with new information.
- Financial Reporting: Opening a food franchise is a big investment so franchise businesses should utilize restaurant-specific systems that allow deep insights and visibility into product ordering and pricing, sales trends, profitability, and more. As you review opportunities, ask what type of reporting you will have access to and what type of training will be provided to optimize its value.
- Marketing: Most food franchise businesses have a team of seasoned professionals to market the brand on both a national and local level through advertising, promotions, and other outreach. Find out what you will be able to leverage for your site and how often you will be meeting with the marketing team for updates on new initiatives and historical performance.
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