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The Franchise Consultant Pro is a franchise consulting firm located in Orlando, Florida, United States. Our firm has extensive knowledge and resources about the franchise industry allowing us to offer our clients an inside look at hundreds of different franchise opportunities.

A professional franchise consultant can offer candidates a wealth of general and inside information about the franchise industry as well as about specific franchise industries and opportunities. The Franchise Consultant Pro helps save our clients time by assisting with much of the initial legwork required in identifying rock solid opportunities that meet your criteria and are available in your desired market.

The truth is our services are not free – they are just free to you, the franchise seeker. The Franchise Consultant Pro is paid by the franchises we represent to assist them in the development and growth of their business.

The Franchise Consultant Pro currently works with over 400 of today’s top emerging-brand franchise opportunities in almost any industry imaginable.

Absolutely not! In single unit franchising fee negotiation is very rare. Most everyone pays the same franchise fee regardless of how they are introduced to the franchisor. In area development and master franchise deals we can often assist our clients with negotiations saving them thousands of dollars on initial fees.

Our approach to this business is very simple and straight forward. Your assigned consultant will conduct an initial interview to gain insight to your previous experiences, goals, strengths, weaknesses, investment range, target market and more. He will then work to select ideal franchises for you and assist you in researching the opportunity. When you are ready to take a serious look at a franchise we will facilitate the introduction then remain by your side throughout the remainder of the process.

NO! Franchising is not a sales business – it’s a mutual discovery process. Good franchises are not sold – they are awarded. Only when both parties feel there is strong potential for success does anyone begin to consider investing in the franchise. “Selling” a franchise to a less than ideal candidate is generally a recipe for failure for both franchisee and franchisor. Aggressive sales techniques is not how winning franchisors are built.