How a Franchise Works
On your own, you might well experience a large "learning curve." 90% of new business start-ups fail after 5 years, while 90% of all franchises are still operating after 5 years. What are the right types of publications to advertise in? What types of promotions provide the best return? Are there collateral materials, like pamphlets, that I should consider?
Without the professional training, business experience, or connections it takes to succeed, it is difficult to get off the ground. Many small business owners begin by hiring outside individuals with experience just for advice. Let's face it. Opening your own business independently takes time and money.
That isn't to say that franchising doesn't require time and money, also. However, as a franchisee, you enjoy a number of advantages that a stand-alone, independent start-up does not. You begin with the accumulated experience, know-how, business practices and operating plan that come with a franchise.
The All County® opportunity gives you the ready-made framework within which to build a successful business. Each year, more than $800 billion in goods and services are sold through franchises in the United States. There are over 550,000 individual franchise outlets nationally, and each working day, a new franchise opens every five minutes.
You could be a page of this growth story — as a part of our All County® franchise experience.
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