Risky business

Donna Green is right on when she characterizes franchising relationships as being fundamentally imbalanced in terms of information and power. Thanks for publishing the real truth about franchising: power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

MoneySense magazine
October 1, 1999

Risky business
Les Stewart

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Donna Green is right on when she characterizes franchising relationships as fundamentally imbalanced.

“The truth about franchises” is a well-balanced and accurate description of the difficulties that 76,000 Canadian franchisees face every day. Franchise-investors take most of the risks but have little control over the cash flow that $100 billion in retail sales generates each year.

Donna Green is right on when she characterizes franchising relationships as being fundamentally imbalanced in terms of information and power. Thanks for publishing the real truth about franchising: power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Les Stewart
President,
Canadian Alliance of Franchise Operators
Midhurst, Ont.


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