Friday, November 30, 2007
Franchise Return On Investment | ROI
Entrepreneurs who want to start their own franchise business these days has a lot to choose from these days. Some franchise companies even proudly declare what ROI to expect when you franchise with them to make it attractive for people who are still looking for a company to franchise. But should be take their ROI claim at face value? Due diligence must be conducted before sinking your hard earned money in any business venture. If you are really decided on getting a franchise with a particular company, First scrutinize their financial records to verify that their ROI claim is indeed true. That way you will can also tell if their operation is legit. With all these fly by night companies claiming to be franchise businesses but are actually MLM in disguise, you can't be too careful these days.
Remember there are lots of factors that contribute to the earnings of a franchise. First and foremost is the location, location location. You can't expect the earnings of a franchise business establishment that is located inside a mall or LRT/MRT stations to be the same compared to the same franchise establishment that is located inside your subdivision or some street corner that does not have lots of human traffic. Also, the product or service being offered must be up to the consumers standards. It will be hard to believe the ROI claim of a company if what they are offering is sub standard. It would be wise for the potential franchisee to just ignore the ROI claim and instead look for a great place to setup their franchise business then look for a reputable franchise company that has a pr oven track record to do business with.