An Introduction to Franchising
by Barbara Beshel
Publisher: IFA Educational Foundation 2001
Number of pages: 54
An Introduction to Franchising is designed to introduce young people to the fascinating world of franchising. Many people think of fast food restaurants like McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's, when they think of franchising. But there are many more types of franchise businesses.
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