A well-run sandwich shop will have experienced employees, good management and a steady customer base.
While this approach greatly increases your chance for success, it does take money.
The more you know about what you’re getting into - the better equipped you’ll be to handle problems and challenges.
Businesses fail for all kinds of reasons, but one of the more common reasons is not understanding basic business principles.
Further, they might not be interested in grooming someone who will be competing with them.
One way to reduce risk is to buy an existing sandwich shop that is already doing well.
You’ll also have startup costs in addition to the franchise fee.
Subway’s startup costs range from about 6,000 to around 5,000.
How you advertise, what ingredients you use and what you charge for sandwiches are all set by the franchisor.
The more you do to lessen restaurant startup risks, the better your chances are for success.