Re: Re: Franchises in Spain

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katy
Spectator

Of course 🙂 The ones I have in mind are small time set-ups targetting ex-pats and aimed at getting a bit of cash flow for their ailing business. One I knew was a failing Estate agent in Calahonda. Began advertising franchises available all over the coast (of course they were, he was getting 7000 🙄 ). I know one set up in Coín and quickly folded. See Terra Sana is doing it now 😯

I know someone who successfully ran a Body shop franchise, the start-up costs were very high but so were the rewards. However they weren’t what I am referring to above, different as chalk and cheese 😆