Franchise a Business.

brand-licensing-advice Franchise a Business

Lime Licensing Group has been the advisory team behind numerous market leading brands. If you are looking to franchise a business in 2018 then we have a franchising pedigree to help you. Our expertise and results are second to none. Our management team has come from franchising backgrounds, running successful franchised networks. We’ve also recruited franchisees in every sector and assist many franchisors to do the same. We are fluent in every area of franchising whether that is business to business or business to consumer. Lime’s team has also worked in every investment level at home and overseas.

Lime Licensing Group covers every element required to successfully franchise a business. Our process begins with intellectual property and a comprehensive amount of consultancy. Our service covers competitor analysis, financial modelling and the creation of compelling marketing and narrative. We also create all of the inventory you’ll need to be taken seriously by the franchise community. Many of our clients have become market leading multi million pound brands using our blueprint.

We don’t deal in ideas or guesswork, when you engage with Lime Licensing Group to franchise a business we work on proven strategies that have worked for dozens of brands. Lime doesn’t believe in taking risks with your brand, we know what works, what doesn’t and can navigate your team through the tangled expensive mess that franchise marketing has become. Our team has recruited around 2000 franchisees for dozens of brands and we own one of the UK’s largest franchise directories; www.franchiselife.co.uk. There are around 29,000 potential franchisees on our books so there’s a very good chance that your first franchisees may already be known to us.

Franchising a business

When you franchise a business you are granting rights to your brand and system to another person or company (the franchisee). The franchise license entitles the franchisee to trade as their own business under the brand name. Your role is to teach the blueprint at the outset and provide the support a franchisee needs to replicate the model.

A franchise agreement signed by you and the franchisee details the commercial arrangements.

Our advisors carry out a critical analysis

At the outset when you may have decided to explore how to franchise a business, our advisors carry out a critical analysis to evaluate whether it is appropriate, suitable and robust enough to take on the new model.

Ideally the business model and brand will be:

  • Trademarked
  • Proven to be profitable
  • Replicatable in other areas.
  • Affordable

We can then assist you to establish a franchise network throughout the UK with a highly effective franchisee recruitment service.