This type of franchise is common among food and beverage companies. For example, soft drink bottlers obtain franchise rights from soft drink companies to produce, bottle, and distribute the product. The major soft drink companies also sell the supplies to the regional manufacturing franchises. In the case of Coca Cola, for example, Coca Cola sells the syrup concentrate to a bottling company, who mixes these ingredients with water and bottles the product and sells it.A Coca- Cola FactoryNumber Of Franchises:275
Single Unit FranchiseThis type of Franchisee purchases the right to own and operate one franchise location. Most entrepreneurs who invest in a franchise buy into the franchise as this type of owner.With a single unit franchise, the investment costs are less than opening up multiple units. Although most single unit franchises yield a nice income, there is more earnings potential with multi-unit franchises.
Advantages and Disadvantages of The Franchisee, Franchisor and Customer Advantages Disadvantages The Franchisee:The Franchisee:Can use an internationally know brand name, eg.