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Franchise Ownership Models
No matter who signs the purchase agreement, writes the check, or owns the franchise, someone is going to have to operate the business on a day-to-day basis. Frequently, buyer and manager are one and the same – but not always. Here are the three most common franchise ownership models that may be right for you
The franchisee owns the business entity but hires out all functions required to operate it, including day-to-day management.
The franchise owner also handles the everyday tasks of the business itself, typically working on-site most or all days that the business is open.
For many other franchises, operational responsibility falls somewhere in the space between executive owner and owner/operator.