If you are wondering how to systematically build and grow your business like the big franchises do, then today’s episode will be perfect for you.
Today I welcome Franchise Lawyer Josh Brown onto the show to talk about the legal and practical things you need to do to take your business to the next level.
Whether you are looking to take your brand to multiple locations around the country, license your intellectual property for growth, or just prepare your business to sell for the best price possible, today’s episode will set you on the right path.
Here are just a few of the things we discuss:
- The one thing you MUST do before you can even think about franchising your business
- Why it is important to FOCUS when you are just getting started
- The main difference between franchising and licensing and why it is important
- Why it is important to treat your business like a franchise, even if you have no intention of ever franchising it
- And much more!
If you would like to reach out to Josh about getting your business franchised, here is how to reach him
Follow Josh on Instagram @franchiselawbrown
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