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Why You Should Make the Move to a Multi-Unit Franchise

Make the jump from one franchise unit to a multi-unit empire.
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Opening that first franchise store is hard work. It takes nerves, perseverance and resilience, and months of working all day, every day. Eventually, a thriving and sustainable small business is created. And then, you face a question you may never have thought you were ready to consider: Should you operate two stores? And then, what about three? What about 103, like Domino’s pizza franchisee Michael Orcutt? In the franchising world, there’s no limit to your ambition -- but you have to grow smartly.

“I think a lot of people come into franchising and buy a single unit because they want a job,” says Lorne Fisher, the founder of Fish Consulting, which specializes in franchise marketing. “If they get one unit and x amount of income, they’re happy. But enterprise-building franchisees must have the skills to manage multiple

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