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Buying A Franchise in Belgium

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Franchising In Belgium

Franchising is the licensing out of a business name, product, technique, philosophy, trademark, etc, for a percentage of the income. Instead of setting up new outlets as part of your expansion, you license your existing business blueprint out to franchisees who then set up and manage it for you.

The benefits of franchising your business in Belgium include: more freedom, as the franchisee takes on major responsibilities; minimal expense; lower cost and higher profits; potential for fast growth; brand building.

Disadvantages of franchising a business in Belgium: although few, rely predominantly on your franchisees. They include: poor quality franchisees; franchisees not declaring all income; poor performance.

As Belgium is part of the EU it follows the same regulations as other EU countries. It is reasonably easy to set up a franchise here and you may find potential help and advice from the Belgium Federation of Franchising.

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