November 5, 2012
Though you might not be interested in a doing hair, there may be a good reason why you should consider buying a hair salon franchise. The answer to one question that you should ask yourself may have an answer that surprises you. Do I have to be involved in the day to day operations of the business I am purchasing? In other words do I have to fix hair and clean buildings? There are some franchises that do not require that you actually have to be involved in the day to day workplace. These franchises allow you to be a passive owner. A passive owner means that you can have a manager or other employees doing the work while you are out selling and marketing to grow your business. It all comes down to Item 15 in the Franchise Disclosure Document. Item 15 describes whether the franchise requires you as an owner to participate in the actual day to day operations of the franchise business. It spells out the requirements for you. Some franchises require that you guarantee that you work full time and give 100% effort in running each [caption id="attachment_1255" align="alignright" width="300"] Franchise Question of the Week[/caption] location. Part of your decision in purchasing a franchise might be your decision on involvement. What skills do you have and what kind of lifestyle do you want? So fixing hair may not be your thing but that doesn't mean you can't buy a hair salon franchise. Learn about hair salon franchise opportunities, and other beauty franchises for sale at Franchise.com.