Franchise Business Models

What Type of Franchise Arrangement is Best for You?

Introducing the right level of franchising, to meet your needs, is almost as important as introducing the right franchise. Below are the four levels of franchising, which include information on the territory specifics, the required level of participation, and the typical liquid capital requirements.

It is best to consider all aspects of each level, before selecting a franchise.

  • Master Franchise
  • Single-Unit Franchise
  • Multi-Unit Franchise
  • Area Development Franchise


Master Franchise

With a Master Franchise, you own an exclusive territory which allows you to receive franchise fees from franchises sold as well as ongoing royalties or possibly even residual income from overrides on product sales.

This can be a low overhead business with very few employees needed and yet can be built to where the Master Franchise is worth millions of dollars.


Single-Unit Franchise, Multi-Unit Franchise, Area Development Franchise

Start with one unit and build up to several units. Control your own mini-empire and achieve financial independence in the quickest way. You'll receive excellent support in all areas of the business operation with a minimal out-of-pocket investment.

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