“Having a Blimpie inside my gas station/convenience store since 1996 has allowed me to optimize the benefits of co-branding and deliver an excellent product with exceptional customer service.”
– David D., Blimpie Franchisee, Indiana
Here are a few key facts on Blimpie sub sandwich franchise ownership:
A big benefit of franchises is that they offer business owners an established business strategy. While many new businesses struggle to develop a viable and profitable business plan, franchises have presumably already demonstrated that they are capable of profitability time and time again.
Franchises also offer business owners the advantage of name recognition. Usually it takes years for startup businesses to establish their brand in the marketplace, and even then there is no guarantee that consumers will recognize them as a leader in their industry. Franchises, however, can potentially provide business owners with instant name recognition.
Establishing dependable relationships with suppliers is another challenge new business owners often face. A lack of adequate supplies can cripple your operation’s ability to do business, killing any chance your business has to succeed. Franchises usually offer a reliable avenue for supplies to franchisees. Not only do they have pre-established relationships with suppliers, but many franchisors also sell supplies directly to their franchisees.
Yet another benefit of franchises is that franchisors usually provide training programs for their franchisees. These training programs equip franchise owners to do their jobs efficiently and effectively. This can be a big help for new business owners because company trainers can often offer a more professional training program than the owner could if she were to do it on her own.
Finally, franchises provide new business owners with a built-in support system – a safety net to assist them in building a business they can be proud of. This is a particularly important benefit for business owners who have little or no experience in business ownership or business owners who have limited experience in their industry. Before you decide on a specific franchise, talk with the franchisor representative about how much support you can expect to receive after you start doing business. In most cases you’ll find that the franchisor will be willing to help you as much as they are able, every step of the way.
The information on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise; nor is it directed to the residents of any particular jurisdiction. The following states currently regulate the offer and sale of franchises: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. If you are a resident of one of these states, we will not offer you a franchise until we have completed the applicable registration or obtained the exemption from registration, and completed the applicable disclosure requirements. Regardless of what state you reside in, an offering can only be made by a franchise disclosure document. In addition, several countries regulate the offer and sale of franchises.