"With over 10% of all businesses in the U.S. being franchises, and more in some industries, the likelihood of running across this type of valuation in your practice is substantial," says Sarah Andersen, Publisher at BVR. "We're excited to offer this new special report that provides insight on the top value drivers for franchised businesses. Appraisers can see where their subject company falls compared to other franchised companies in specific industries."
Highlights of the special report include:
Top value drivers for franchised businesses, including limits on expansion, key-customer risk, deferred maintenance, and the royalties the franchise pays to the franchisor - which are often more important than industry-specific considerations
Considerations to factor in when valuing a franchise including the type of agreement, company operating protocol, and value of the brand
Aggregated benchmarking data from the Pratt's Stats transaction database that uncovers where a subject company falls compared to other franchised companies
About BVR Top business valuation firms depend on BVR for authoritative market data, continuing professional education, and expert opinion. Our customers include business appraisers, certified public accountants, M&A professionals, business brokers, lawyers and judges, private equity funds and venture capitalists, owners, and CFOs, among others. For more information, please visit bvresources.com.
Contact: Sarah Andersen, Publisher Business Valuation Resources, LLC 1000 SW Broadway, Suite 1200 Portland, Oregon 97205 Phone: (503) 291-7963 ext. 123 Email: [email protected]