More on Master Franchising

Being a part of the Master Franchise organization is much like being an Area Developer with the one exception being, Master Franchisors have the right to sell Sub-franchises. Master Franchisors also support subunits in operational matters. The most clear description of a Master Franchisor is that they are a sub-franchisor themselves that are professionally trained and equipped to run a franchising system.

Companies Master Franchise Connections have serviced.

Companies Master Franchise Connections have serviced.

Owners will pay a Master fee in order to benefit from the umbrella company’s services. When the Master Franchisor sells the model to its franchisees, a fee is issued that goes directly to the Master Franchisor. This fee is then shared with the Franchisor.

Successful franchisors in our system have varying levels of experience and expertise which assists in being able to cater to a variety of business needs. Currently there are many different business partner opportunities across the world with a focus on developing markets like China, Indonesia, India, and the Middle East. Being nearly two decades old, MFC has been operating in over 30 countries, with 750 consultants across the US, Europe, Australia, North and South America. Franchisees have helped service some big name companies the likes of , Pioneer, Siemens, Polaroid, and Unilever.

Why Master Franchising?

When it comes to starting a business an owner operator’s face numerous challenges. They may have a business idea but that idea is not proven and the risk of failure is high.
Today’s economy has led to a growing number of people wanting to own their own businesses. In many cases, these people seek out franchise opportunities. These opportunities offer the ability to expand an already successful company with a proven business model. While some people want to own their own brick and mortar business, others are interested in managing a specific geographic territory, leading them to look into master franchise opportunities.

Defining Master Franchising

Having a good understanding of master franchise opportunities will aid you in deciding whether you want to pursue a master license, or a standard business opportunity. A master license enables a person or company to control the business opportunities for a specific geographical territory. Instead of purchasing a standard business and running their own store, a person or company purchases the rights to sell specific business opportunities to people looking to run their own brick and mortar store in their specific territory. Most people with a master license do not own or operate their own stores. While some companies offer master license opportunities, others do not. Researching your chosen company will help you to determine if this company is right for you.

Researching Different Opportunities

Taking the time to research the business opportunities of your chosen company is extremely important. When making your decision, research the company, its policies, and business models. Researching the company will determine whether you will be able to achieve your goals. If, after your research, your chosen company does not provide the means to achieve your goals, then take the time to research another company or different business opportunities. Speaking with other successful master franchisees will give you an idea of the challenges that you may face as well as what you may need to do to be successful.