franchisee


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Franchisee

One who owns a franchise. A franchisee usually pays a start-up fee and an annual licensing fee for the privilege to maintain the franchise.

franchisee

An individual or a company that has the right to sell or rent another firm's products and to use its name. Compare franchisor.
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For example, when you're putting a panel together on marketing and you know one of your newer franchisees has a heavy background in digital marketing, you can ask that franchisee to join the panel to speak from his previous career experience as well as current involvement with the brand.
One franchisee, who supports 7-Eleven's decision to take legal action in this matter, said possible illegal activity by Khan or any other franchisee, for that matter, cannot be condoned.
Franchisors have until July 12 to nominate their chosen franchisees and finalists will be invited for an interview with the judging panel on August 21 and 22.
The franchisor who asked the question about franchisee longevity reported that 8o percent of her franchisees had stayed to years in a non-retail business at the lower end of the investment spectrum.
Housewarmer, a new-resident welcoming service, was the idea of Founder & CEO Rachel Ireland and is a business that allows her and her franchisees to balance work with their family lives.
Despite the rhetoric of help from the corporations ("Work for yourself not by yourself" is the motto of one of the franchises), most franchisees are left to fend for themselves after a few days of initial training, often leading them, like Walter, to seek help from competitors.
One other franchisee also complained about the length of time to put the bouquets together, saying they are "very labor intensive.
The franchisee may sue the franchisor and each person who has signed the disclosure document.
1253(d) does not permit subsequent franchisees to amortize an amount in excess of the original franchise cost; and (3) a large portion of the purchase price should have been allocated to certain other nonamortizable intangible assets (including a significant allocation to goodwill).
Overall electricity franchisee is an attractive opportunity, win-win for both the utility and franchisee participants.
Understanding underperforming franchisees means understanding whether the poor performance is due to the franchisor's design of the system, the franchisee's operations, other uncontrollable outside factors or a combination of all three.
After all of the due diligence process has been completed, the potential franchisee must reflect on every piece of information he/she has been able to gather on each brand and if necessary, should do further research to fill in gaps.