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What are Registration States?

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There are 14 states in the US that require the franchisor to register the FDD.  Each of these states charges a fee that ranges from $500-$800.  To determine whether or not the FDD will be accepted, depends on each individual states and a number of factors. The states that require registration are: California Hawaii Illinois India...

Franchising vs Licensing

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Franchising and licensing can be confusing: are they similar? Are they different? What does each one involve? If you are looking into franchising or licensing, here is a comparison: Franchising Franchising involves intellectual property (trademarks, logos, slogans, etc…) and an operating system, which translates into a business model...

Franchising and Technology

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As technology continually advances it is important for franchisors to stay on track with updates and advances. Updated technology makes many aspects of running a business easier for the franchisees, and even the franchisors. With custom software packages, franchisors will have an advantage. For example, one crucial piece of software is a mapp...

Things Franchisees Need to Remember

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So, you signed the franchise agreement, what do you do next? It’s easy to find sources for franchise information when you are actively looking for a franchise, but once you’ve signed an agreement there is much less information out there.  So what do you do now? Here are some things you should remember after signing a franchise agreement:...

Franchise Fees and Royalties: What are you paying for?

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If you are looking into buying a franchise, you know that there are many costs involved, but do you know what those costs are and what they actually pay for? Franchise Fee Every franchise has a fee, this is the cost of buying the business. The price really varies among industries and companies, but every franchise has one. Royalties ...

Hear From Our Franchisees

Jeff W

“It’s a business that you can help people but also establish a stable revenue base. It’s an on-going service you are providing and we thought we could deliver quality services to improve the quality of life for our clients.”

Jeff W
Couple cutting franchise opening ribbon

“I’ve been a public school teacher and I’ve also owned a child care center. I chose Executive Care because they really won me over. Great people and you can really see that. They really enjoy what they do and they care about helping people. I’m looking forward to a long relationship with Executive Care.”

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Michael S and team

“Executive Care is very structured, very organized, they know what they are doing with 24/7 support. If we need it, they are there so I can’t say enough about Executive Care.”

Michael S
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