How to Research a Franchise through FranNet

Canadian franchises generate over $68 billion each year, and provide thousands of job opportunities to keep our economy moving in the right direction. Buying into the franchise system is really one of the safest ways to start your own business — and exciting franchise opportunities are abundant!


Are you ready to start learning how to research the ideal franchise opportunity with FranNet? Congratulations: you’re about to embark on one of the most exciting journeys of your life. In the past, people just like you were wrestling with the same doubts and searching for the same answers you are now. Some of them failed, while others went on to start some of the most successful franchises in the world; Canadian giants like Tim Hortons, Cora’s, and Boston Pizza all started when someone like you decided to take the next step.


In today’s post, the FranNet team describes how to research and potentially invest in a franchise, and what to expect when you partner with us.


Partnering with FranNet


Our team is committed to finding the most suitable and profitable Canadian businesses for our clients. We bring different backgrounds and a multidisciplinary approach to profiling our clients, assessing their goals, familiarizing ourselves with their personal preferences, and nailing down their budgets to find the ideal match.



Since 1987, we have worked with over 100 franchises in various industries. Business owners across Canada put their faith in our franchise-matching services, and we have erected offices in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Saskatchewan to accommodate their needs.


Partnering with FranNet provides the following benefits:

  • Thorough, unbiased, and experientially informed analyses of Canadian franchise opportunities;
  • Comprehensive assessments to inform our exclusive matching profile process;
  • Ongoing support and consultative advice for your startup and expansion;
  • A tried and true method that makes sense;
  • Unparalleled expertise – for free!


How to Research a Franchise with FranNet


If you have the time, money, attitude, and ambition to buy a franchise, get in touch with our team at 1-800-372-6638. Alternately, you can fill out our Perfect Franchise form at


If you already know which franchise you would like to buy, we can make the proper arrangements and get you started as soon as possible. However, we highly recommend that you consult with our team. Take advantage of our free services – we’ll prepare you a short list of quality, profitable franchise opportunities in your area, matched perfectly to your preferences, time allowances, and budget.


Once your list of franchise opportunities is ready, we will help you find what’s best, providing answers to any questions you may have about start-up costs, expansion timelines, and market information.


The next step is financing your franchise. What if the franchisor is asking twice as much as what you’ve built in capital? Don’t worry: a lender can help you achieve your franchise dream, and the FranNet team can help you navigate this new territory. We will help you form a business plan and pitch, complete lender application forms, narrow down your requested amount, and develop a backup plan to minimize problems.


On behalf of the FranNet team, we hope that this brief guide encourages you to take the next step with your franchise ownership dream. Life is too short to leave your dreams on the shelf for long, so seize the day, carpe diem – give us a call at 1-800-372-6638.


About FranNet Canada


FranNet is a 29-year-old company with roots in the U.S. Its purpose being to nurture every entrepreneur’s dream of business ownership. We actively employ a specific profiling and consultation method. This method is geared to each investor with a specific business model and based on franchise trends typically found in TorontoOntarioVancouverBritish Columbia, or CalgaryAlberta. The most lucrative Canadian franchise opportunities are waiting for you. For more details visit –

Aug 29, 2016