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.
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.