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TODAY is the age of the empowered franchisees who have their say in the business. Taking a franchise and running the business the way it is, will no longer be the driving factor for the new age entrepreneur. As he makes his way ahead, he brings out opinio
AS a potential market, India is the most promising country for international companies to expand their businesses. Many international brands in different sectors have already made India their home and many more are heading here to set up business.
MOST franchisees do not read manuals, but you still have to give them one. You think that the conscientious franchisee would study your paperwork carefully, having spent thousands to join your network, but face it; did you read the instructions for the la
AS the world economy continues to grow, the commodity that is becoming more valuable than gold or oil is a motivated franchisee that is committed to building a business, a multi-store network, a region and/or country and the brand of a franchise network.
SETTINGS up a business of your own, regardless of whether you start it from scratch or acquire a franchise, is a serious undertaking. It will have long-term consequences for you and your loved ones and should be carefully thought through. Buying a franchi
WITH the government planning to further liberalise the foreign direct investment (FDI) regime by exempting sectors like advertising, hospitality, franchise operations and several other services from the purview of Press Note 1 (PN 1), a major irritant is
Bata India Ltd, which began revamping its stores into a four-layer model four years ago, has decided to get franchisees to run its new stores. It will set up 200 such retail stores over the next two years, in a bid to expand without increasing headcount.
Jumbo King, the country\'s first and perhaps the only branded \'vada paav\' kiosk chain which has offered the delectable yet quick snack to thousands of sub-urban Mumbaikars for the last six years, is set to traverse beyond India\'s financial capital.
India\'s leading beautician Shahnaz Hussain has tied up with a partner in Harley Street, a street here known for private health care centres that are frequented by celebrities, and is introducing Ayurveda treatment for high-end clients.
Toy shop Hamleys looks to be nearing a deal which could see it open its first store in India, according to reports. Hamleys, owned by Icelandic investor Baugur, is understood to have identified a site in Delhi, as well as an Indian retail partner.
First came the sachets of shampoo, then fizzy drinks grew smaller. Now pizza makers hope to entice with a slice. You do not need to go the whole seven or 12 inches. That\'s one way they intend to penetrate the Rs 700 crore organised pizza market.