It seems that many entrepreneurs are turning to franchises, but for what reasons? When you think about it, franchising makes sense as a solid investment strategy for an already established brand.  

Here are some compelling reasons why more and more entrepreneurs are choosing franchising: 


A franchise is typically a turnkey business, with a locale, lease, vendors, and more already lined up for the franchisee. Some franchising opportunities may even come with staff trained and at work.  


A franchise is branded as part of a chain or existing business, so your company may be recognizable to the consumer public. This may instill consumer trust and loyalty. This applies to established franchises but is another perk for those looking to invest in franchising.  


Another aspect that new franchising investors will not need to worry about is marketing. Generally speaking, the franchisor will cover marketing their brand, rather than the franchisee. This curbs ad costs which may free up some funds for the investor.  


Another element of franchising that may appeal to investors is the training that often occurs. Franchises usually have their training program to ensure that all franchisees are on the same page as the brand. This reduces the risk of errors while also keeping uniformity when it comes to staffing and overall operations.  


The support that investors have when franchising is another compelling reason to consider. The franchisor may be an invaluable source of support when starting they want you to succeed for the brand. This provides entrepreneurs a go-to when it comes to questions, concerns, or incidents that may arise when operating your business.  


Investing in a franchise may ensure you a level of success that you simply don’t have when buying a business that is not part of a franchise. There is a greater chance of success when buying into an already-successful business model.  


Franchisees may find it easier to secure funding and loans for their investment due to the franchise’s proven success. Lenders may treat franchising differently.   

Interested in financing your franchise? Talk to the money professionals at Means Commercial Capital and learn more about alternative funding sources available to you.