I want to have the details of recession proof Franchise Idea.
I don't think there is one. Also - most franchises require a large up front payment. For instance, to buy a McDonald's franchise can go into the millions. Even work at home franchises still need some initial outlay.
In a recession there is nothing that is recession-proof. Obviously some things will be more unnecessary than others (such as jewellery or make-up) but during a recession, every business suffers because they are all linked.
by rickybotham6 years ago
If you want to strike the right balance between your professional and personal life then it’s better to look for a home based franchise business in UK.
by theirishobserver.6 years ago
Fast food outlets and bookies doing well in the recession, would you franchise in the recession?
by mayankpatel18 months ago
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by fdoleac6 years ago
Do you think real estate agents are losing faith in their company brands and the value proposition of a franchise. It seems the trend is moving away from them?
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