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Multi-unit franchising allows franchisees to own more than one unit within the same franchise network. Most will allow you to open one franchise initially, with the opportunity to expand and open several if you are successful with your first one. As the business develops, they may take a step back from the day to day running to oversee the management of it. Some food franchises only recruit franchisees with the experience and financial capabilities to own and run multiple stores.  

Connecting Multi-Unit Operators with Franchisors in the US and UK

“For over 30 years, whichfranchise has worked with some of the most successful franchisors and franchisees globally. We have helped to match franchise brands with qualified groups and individuals looking for scaleable Master, Area Development and Multi-Unit opportunities.”

“I’m delighted to chat about any opportunities. Please message or text me and we can arrange a time to call. Also happy to answer any questions you have.”

Johnny Sellyn

Founder | whichfranchise

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