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The question is shown in the attachment file, and I have chosen five different franchises companies that I would like to write a report to convince investors about one franchise. I have to compare the five franchises and then determine why I recommend this particular franchise with including the cost and the profits that investors will gain in the first years depending on the sources and information that I ll use.;Note: the attached include the list of franchise that I have chosen with resources (references);So please go over it and let me know whether you would be able to do it or not.;Thanks;Attachment Preview;REport Questions.docx;The question is shown in below, and I have chosen five different franchises companies that I;would like to write a report to convince investors about one franchise. I have to compare the five;franchises and then determine why I recommend this particular franchise with including the cost;and the profits that investors will gain in the first years depending on the sources and information;that I ll use.;Note: the attached include the list of franchise that I have chosen with resources;(references);So please go over it and let me know whether you would be able to do it or not.;A Ready-Made Business: Finding the Right Franchise Opportunity;After 15 years in the corporate world, youre ready to strike out on your own. Rather than;building a business from the ground up, however, you think that buying a franchise is a better;idea. Unfortunately, some of the most lucrative franchise opportunities, such as the major fastfood chains, require significant start-up costssome more than a half million dollars.;Fortunately, youve met several potential investors who seem willing to help you get started in;exchange for a share of ownership. Between your own savings and these investors, you estimate;that you can raise from $350,000 to $600,000, depending on how much ownership share you;want to concede to the investors.;Youve worked in several functional areas already, including sales and manufacturing, so you;have a fairly well-rounded business resume. Youre open to just about any type of business, too;as long as it provides the opportunity to grow, you dont want to be so tied down to the first;operation that you cant turn it over to a hired manager and expand into another market.;Your task;To convene a formal meeting with the investor group, you need to first draft a report that outlines;the types of franchise opportunities youd like to pursue. Write a brief report, identifying five;franchises that you would like to explore further. (Choose five based on your own personal;interests and the criteria identified above.) For each possibility, identify the nature of the;business, the financial requirements, the level of support the company provides, and a brief;statement of why you could run such a business successfully (make up any details you need). Be;sure to carefully review the information you find about each franchise company to make sure;you can qualify for it. For instance, McDonalds doesnt allow investment partner- ships to buy;franchises, so you wont be able to start up a McDonalds outlet until you have enough money to;do it on your own.;For a quick introduction to franchising, see How Stuff Works;(www.howstuffworks.com/franchising). You can learn more about the business of franchising at;Franchising.com (www.franchising.com) and search for specific franchise opportunities at;FranCorp Connect (www.francorpconnect.com). In addition, many companies that sell;franchises, such as Subway, offer additional information on their websites.;List of franchise;Food;Subway;Arbys;Wings to Go;Jimmy Johns;Panera Bread Company;References;Jimmy John's Franchising. (n.d.).;Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches. Retrieved;March 23, 2011, from http://www.jimmyjohns.com/franchise/franchise.aspx;2011 Top Low Cost Franchise. (n.d.). Franchise Business Review. Retrieved March 23, 2011;from franchisebusinessreview.com/content/files/Top-Low-Cost-Franchises-2011.pdf;Arby's Franchise Information. (n.d.). The Franchise Mall, The Franchise Opportunities;Directory. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://www.thefranchisemall.com/franchises/details/10061-0-Arbys.htm;GASPARRO, A. (2011, March 3). Wendy's/Arby's Loss Narrows on Lower Costs - WSJ.com.;Business News & Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com. Retrieved March;23, 2011, from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703300904576178111073802654.html;GIBSON, R. (2008, May 21). McDonald's Prices Irk Franchisees - WSJ.com. Business News;Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121134284329209963.html;GIBSON, R. (2011, February 14). Help From the Inside - WSJ.com. Business News & Financial;News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703326204575616280203486338.html;How Much Does a Panera Franchise Cost? - BusinessMart.com. (n.d.). Buying a Franchise;Resources - Franchise Info, Articles, Books & Software. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://franchises.businessmart.com/how-much-does-a-panera-franchise-cost.php;How Much Does a Subway Franchise Cost? | GlobalBX Entrepreneur Business Blog. (n.d.).;Business Blog For Entrepreneurs | Entrepreneur Business Blog | Business Strategy;Business For Sale Blog. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://blog.globalbx.com/2009/05/05/how-much-does-a-subway-franchise-cost/;JARGON, J. (2011, March 8). Subway Runs Past McDonald's Chain - WSJ.com. Business News;Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703386704576186432177464052.html;MALTBY, E. (2010, November 15). Want to Buy a Franchise? The Requirements Just Went Up WSJ.com. Business News & Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com.;Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704361504575552803956439716.html;NEEDLEMAN, S. E. (2010, October 28). Big Chains Try Food Trucks - WSJ.com. Business;News & Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - Wsj.com. Retrieved March 23, 2011;from;http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303341904575576760919368160.html;Obringer, L. A. (n.d.). HowStuffWorks "How Franchising Works". Howstuffworks "Business;Money". Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://money.howstuffworks.com/franchising2.htm;Panera Bread: Hungry for Growth - Seeking Alpha. (2008, February 21). Stock Market News;Financial Analysis - Seeking Alpha. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://seekingalpha.com/article/65436-panera-bread-hungry-for-growth;Panera Bread: Rising To The Challenge - Seeking Alpha. (2007, January 24).;Stock Market News & Financial Analysis - Seeking Alpha. Retrieved March 23, 2011, from;http://seekingalpha.com/article/24944-panera-bread-rising-to-the-challenge

 

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