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As important as the documentation of your franchise plan is‚ there are many more tangible factors you need to consider when looking to franchise in new locations. A franchise can't just pop up overnight and be successful anywhere – some franchises do better in certain locations than others.

When seeking to expand outside your local area there are many factors you have to consider for the success of your franchise. Depending on the nature of your business‚ your franchise locations will have unique needs for your industry that you must make sure can be met by the new area.

Some of the resources and amenities your franchise locations may need to consider include:

  • availability of qualified workers (employment rates‚ education‚ demographics‚ etc.);
  • site locations;
  • ability to receive supplies and/or ship products; and
  • connectivity to your main branch and other franchisees.

A typical franchise needs 3 main things to operate: employees‚ product/service‚ and customers. If you cannot find adequate employees to run the franchise location‚ cannot ship supplies to or obtain products from the area‚ or cannot easily communicate and monitor the location‚ it may not be a good expansion.

Doing your homework and researching a potential market for your franchise is important to avoid hassles and headaches with underperforming areas. Not all franchises are well accepted in all areas‚ either because of location demographics or logistics. Working with a New Jersey franchise lawyer will help you best evaluate a potential new market for your franchise and determine if it is viable or not.

Contacting a New Jersey Franchise Lawyer

If you are an entrepreneur who is interested in franchising your business there is a lot you need to know‚ including the significance of evaluating your trademark and how to approach the preparation of your FDD. For a limited time‚ get New Jersey franchise attorney Charles N. Internicola‚ Esq's franchise law report to determine whether or not your business is right for franchising. Contact us today at 1-800-976-4904 for more information about Mr. Internicola's franchise law services in New Jersey and how he assists entrepreneurs franchise their business nationwide.

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By Charles Internicola February 3, 2011

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