When deciding on the brand that you want to franchise with, you will likely need to consider each one in terms of their potential for growth. If you choose to partner with a brand that is on the decline, whether on a slow or rapid one, it might lead to limitations on the earning potential of your new business. Instead, it would be wise to find a brand that’s growing within a thriving industry. It can be difficult to conduct the important research on brands from an “outsider- looking-in” perspective, particularly if you don’t have much experience in the industry. However, you can still take note of where other entrepreneurs are choosing to invest their money.
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