4 edition of Building franchise relationships found in the catalog.
Building franchise relationships
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ann Hurwitz and Rochelle Buchsbaum Spandorf, editors.|
|Contributions||Hurwitz, Ann, 1953-, Spandorf, Rochelle Buchsbaum, 1951-, American Bar Association. Forum Committee on Franchising.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 481 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||481|
|LC Control Number||96083764|
To determine: The relationships among a franchise, the franchisor and franchisee. Introduction: Franchising is a notable business procedure and it is a type of legally binding declaration in which a franchisee or a retailer goes into a concurrence with a franchisor or a manufacturer to offer the merchandise and services for a predetermined expense or commission. The Blue Book Building and Construction Network is the largest and most active network in the commercial construction industry. We bring the industry together to forge connections and build relationships. Our network is comprised of: With over years of service to the industry, we have continued to expand our product.
About the Book Author Michael H. Seid is the founder and Managing Director of MSA Worldwide, the leading strategic and tactical advisory firm in franchising. Joyce Mazero is a partner and Co-Chair of Gardere's Global Supply Network Industry Practice, internationally recognized and trusted legal advisors dedicated to excellence in franchising. The franchise industry has numerous high-income options available to build wealth. This short book is about some of those opportunities in the franchise industry, that you can use as a path to becoming financially : La Mancha Sims.
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Here are some of the points to identify the importance of building relationships in business: Gives Moral Boost: When one starts a business alone, there are things which do not go as per plan.
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