If you are a business owner in Australia and want to take your brand on a global scale, franchising can be very effective for you. There are thousands of people who are constantly looking to buy a business so you have a big group of people that could join you. As long as you have the right reasons, marketing strategies, and partner with business professionals to assist you throughout the entire franchising process, reaching out to the right people who are interested in buying a business will become very easy.
Extend the reach of your brand worldwide.
Maintain a reputation of your brand internationally.
Gain expansion capital.
Franchisees are responsible for all hiring processes, leases, and unit-opening expenses which reduces your risk.
Reaching out to the right people who are looking forward to buying a small business or a large-scale business can be unknown territory for you. In order to franchise your business globally, you will have to understand a few things first.
Franchising your business means opening extra outlets anywhere in the world through the sale of franchise rights to independent investors. These investors will then have the rights to use your brand name and operating system. A franchisee normally pays you an initial franchise fee in return for the rights to open and operate a business under your franchise trademark and for the training you will provide on how to operate the business. Franchisees will also pay an ongoing periodic royalty fee for continued support, training, marketing, and other services.
Initially, you may want to focus locally, and only target potential franchisees that want to buy a business in Australia. Taking it into the global scene straight away can be costly and risky for you. Normally you would wait until you have a strong local foundation.
Every business that has international potential needs to possess uniqueness so that it can stand out from the crowd and be successful. So, if you believe that your business can succeed in the global market, you should seriously consider franchising your business. It’s a long and tough road, but it can be very fruitful.
There is a lot of opportunities out there, and if you are considering franchising your business you’ll need to budget $30,000 and upwards to get things set-up. You’ll also need to invest a lot of time!
- More buyers contacted us in the past 5 yrs than any other company
- We have a list of overseas investors looking to buy for a business investment visa
- We are national, your buyer might come from interstate
- We have sold more businesses in the past 5 yrs than anyone else
- We help buyers get approved by third-parties such as landlords, franchisors, or key suppliers
"I valued my business at $450k, Finn valued it at $699k. I received an offer very close to that and settled within 3 months." Michael J, Fast Food Franchise