What should fellow-franchisee relationships look like?

Franchisees all belong to the same group, which means each store that does well contributes to the overall success of the group. Franchisees need to feel like they’re all members of the same team, working towards a common goal and supporting each other. This starts with the franchisor, but it’s the franchisees themselves who live […]


Franchisees all belong to the same group, which means each store that does well contributes to the overall success of the group. Franchisees need to feel like they’re all members of the same team, working towards a common goal and supporting each other. This starts with the franchisor, but it’s the franchisees themselves who live and breathe the brand. We always encourage involvement, and our regional and national executive committees are actually franchisee-run.

Clifford Buchler
About the Author
Clifford Buchler is the MD of the Mica Group of franchises.

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