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Franchisors Enter 2013 Cautiously Optimistic


Franchisors Enter 2013 Cautiously Optimistic

Franchize Consultants’ January 2013 Franchising Confidence Index demonstrates a continuation of mixed results across overall sector growth drivers, but with a slight increase in confidence from the October 2012 issue. Franchisors were most positive about prospects for growth, general business conditions and franchisee sales levels.

Franchisors were also positive about access to financing and franchisee profitability levels, but projected a negative outlook for franchisee operating costs, availability of staff and franchisees.

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