Franchises are a buyer's market, so pick your target carefully

Written on the 16 December 2013

Its a buyers market when it comes to finding a franchise, so there is every opportunity to ask all the right questions and find a franchise that fits your lifestyle.

The chief executive of print, design and website solutions franchise Snap, Stephen Edwards, says this can be one of the benefits to the business-to-business model.

"Business-to-business is a bit more relationship-based. You get more value for the product and service that youre selling. You get a lot more repetitive business because it creates an ongoing, rather than one-off relationship." Edwards says. "We also find in business-to business that the average order value is higher, a lot higher in most cases."

He says the greatest benefit of the business-to-business model is that the franchises tend to operate only at regular business hours on weekdays and never on weekends. "Like any business you can work longer than that but on the whole thats the benefit; work-life balance."

Click here to read the full Sydney Morning Herald article.

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