Definition: Federal Trade Commission FTC - Business Opportunity
Franchisors are available in every industry / sector to work with entrepreneurs (the Franchisee) to help them develop successful business opportunities (franchises). The franchisor typically provides marketing, sales assistance and lends corporate credibility.
Franchising options / services (For Franchisors):
No Filing: The Rule requires disclosure only. Unlike state disclosure laws, no registration, filing, review or approval of any disclosures, advertising or agreements by the FTC is required.
Purpose: The Rule is designed to enable potential franchisees to protect themselves before investing by providing them with information essential to an assessment of the potential risks and benefits, to meaningful comparisons with other investments, and to further investigation of the franchise opportunity.
Franchise Common misspellings:
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