How to Make the Most of Your Franchise Business - Deepstash
How to Make the Most of Your Franchise Business

How to Make the Most of Your Franchise Business

Curated from:

Ideas, facts & insights covering these topics:

5 ideas


70 reads


Explore the World's Best Ideas

Join today and uncover 100+ curated journeys from 50+ topics. Unlock access to our mobile app with extensive features.

Considering a franchise

Considering a franchise

Many people think starting a business is a solo endeavour. They want their brand and vision. 

But, a successful business can also take the form of a franchise with a credible brand. Generally speaking, franchises are valued 10 - 20% more than non-franchises.


23 reads

Franchise advantages

  • It creates a higher value.
  • You can work with a franchisor, who can be a valuable ally.
  • Considering that 90% of businesses fail within the first five years, a franchisor has experience getting a business running successfully. They have an established brand that's able to expand and provide franchisees with the opportunity to use their model for success.


14 reads

Franchisors invest in your growth

Franchisors are interested in supporting you and want you to succeed. Your success is their success.

A franchisor is a business partner and a coach. They have the experience about what works and can help you address common mistakes or help to avoid them.


16 reads

How to build a strong relationship with your franchisor

  • Trust: Your franchisor has been around for some time. They know what works and can save you time, money, and stress. Trust their plan.
  • Care: Your franchisor may oversee the business from a distance, but you are running it on the ground. Ensure to put effort into your operations, appearance, and employees.
  • Collaborate: Your franchisor is not the competition. Putting in hard work will benefit both you and your franchisor. Success is earned, and a franchisor will notice those who impress them.


10 reads

How to stand out

  • One way to stand out is to connect with the local community. Then, you are positioned to know what your customers need and want. 
  • Adapting your offerings to the community will attract locals and build loyalty with your customers. 
  • Participating in community events can help your business thrive and impress your franchisor.


7 reads



Medical sales representative

Jessica Delgado's ideas are part of this journey:

Being a Graphic Designer in the Modern World

Learn more about entrepreneurship with this collection

How to create a strong portfolio

How to network and market yourself as a designer

How to manage time and prioritize tasks

Related collections

Read & Learn

20x Faster





Personalized microlearning

100+ Learning Journeys

Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.


I agree to receive email updates