Relationship Coaching Franchise

Question: I have three stores. I'm in business for 6 years and the three companies are very good. This year, I have one of my clients, I have discovered, he pointed out that he had interest in the opening of one of my stores. This made me think of franchises, and I did a bit of literature on the subject. I read an article stating that the relationship franchisor/franchisee as a parent-child relationship. While this may be true? What the relationship franchisor/franchisee? I'll be each responsible for successful franchises?Answer: a franchise is a business relationship, through a contract or franchise. The franchisor has the trademark (s) and operating system for the franchise. The franchisee is approved and provided by the franchise agreement, the brand and the OS according to the terms of use. The franchisor and the franchisee shall comply with contractual obligations. The analogy of fathers and sons in repeated occasions used to describe the relationship franchisor/franchisee, but is not in the same report and legal practice. As a simplistic analogy, you can often get you, they are not individuals with business relations. Yes, the franchisor to the franchisee shows how the system and Yes, the franchisor will help the franchisee to grow your business, and Yes, the franchisor offers many rules and limitations in the functioning of the economy. But the affiliates are not children. Do you have a business to buy the franchise decision and accepted voluntarily operate the company under the rules and limits established by the franchisor. You are responsible for the activities of the company, and failure and success are normally responsible. Potential franchisees are details of franchises and circular uniform supply of franchise agreement (UFOC) prior to his decision to become a franchisee. You have the opportunity to examine documents and professional opinions (lawyers, accountants, etc.) in terms of both the profitability of the business concept and specifications to look for. To believe that it is not good for them, the research that leads to another free franchise or to establish their own business. If to be franchisee and decide later that it was the wrong decision, the majority of franchise agreements allow you to sell your business. Big and success of the franchisee and more honest hard working Hisers wants its franchisees the tools and training, must pass. However, affiliates are independent contractors, and make many business decisions that ultimately may determine the success or failure of the company. How it runs the operating system of the franchisor, who rent, how much paid you to employees as employees and price your product or service for free can affect your bottom line. While the franchisor can provide advice in these areas, these decisions are the prerogative of the franchisee. Parents are at least, in our families, the responsibility to their children every day in almost all phases of your life for many years. The child is protected from its mistakes, and MOM and dad do not things when something is wrong. It is not the franchise. Franchisees are independent contractors and considerable control over their destiny relationship coaching franchise from the first day. Depending on the circumstances, sometimes not. For the majority of families do everything parents can a child failed, they will often be, what happens when you are in danger themselves - to save her son,.? This is not the case of the franchise. While it may be good franchisors and guide, they have no right to everything you needed to save the franchise risk. Failure, the franchise company and can not system put at risk, as parents for their children. So, no, the franchisor not affiliated is not son of father of the franchisor and the franchisee. They are contractors in a contractual relationship - and it is the reality. . . . . .