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Franchise FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the qualifications to become an All About Honeymoons franchisee?

All About Honeymoons is a home-based service business and, as such we are looking for people with outgoing personalities that would do an excellent job of representing the brand to the public. On a financial level, a potential All About Honeymoons franchisee must have a net worth of at least $100,000.00 and have minimum liquid funds of $20,000.00.

Can I work a full time job and do this part time?

All About Honeymoons only grants franchises to individuals that are planning on being involved full-time to the success of their business. Initially it is critical because All About Honeymoons is a relationship/services-based business and it is up to the individual franchisee to become actively involved in local industry networking and marketing of romance travel services to its customers.

How much money can I make as an All About Honeymoons Franchisee?

The financial return you will realize will depend on many factors including, but not limited to, how well you perform and follow the franchise system and how aggressively you market yourself and your business. Starting a new business always carries some level of risk, so we encourage you to speak with our franchisees to learn about their experience and satisfaction with the business, including the financial performance of their own franchise. By speaking with franchisees you will be able to understand the potential of the business and what is necessary to be successful.

What is a franchise?

A franchise is the agreement or license between two legally independent parties which gives:
  • A person or group of people (franchisee) the right to market a product or service using the trademark or trade name of another business (franchisor)
  • The franchisee the right to market a product or service using the operating methods of the franchisor
  • The franchisee the obligation to pay the franchisor fees for these rights
  • The franchisor the obligation to provide rights and support to franchisees

Common Franchise Terms

Business Format Franchise – this type of franchise includes not only a product, service and trademark, but also the complete method to conduct the business itself, such as the marketing plan and operations manuals

Disclosure Statement – also known as the FDD, or Federal Disclosure Document, the disclosure document provides information about the franchisor and franchise system

Franchise – a license that describes the relationship between the franchisor and franchisee including use of trademarks, fees, support and control

Franchise Agreement – the legal, written contract between the franchisor and franchisee which tells each party what each is supposed to do

Franchisee – the person or company that gets the right from the franchisor to do business under the franchisor’s trademark or trade name

Franchising – a method of business expansion characterized by a trademark license, payment of fees, and significant assistance and/or control

Franchisor – the person or company that grants the franchisee the right to do business under their trademark or trade name product distribution franchise – a franchise where the franchisee simply sells the franchisor’s products without using the franchisor’s method of conducting business

Royalty – the regular payment made by the franchisee to the franchisor, usually based on a percentage of the franchisee’s gross sales

Trademark – the franchisor’s identifying marks, brand name and logo that are licensed to the franchisee

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