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Franchise Dictionary: Director of Marketing & Brand Development at SMB Franchise Advisors Shares How Joining A Low-Cost Franchise Brand Is Easy Math

Dawn Abbamondi dives into why the benefits of owning a franchise are better than starting a business from the ground up.

By Sydney Weine1851 Franchise Contributor
Updated 12:12PM 08/06/21

In a recent article for the Franchise Dictionary, Dawn Abbamondi, director of marketing & brand development for SMB Franchise Advisors, discusses why investing in a low cost franchise will lead to future success. When starting a new business, there are many aspects to consider such as the name, logo and marketing position. According to Abbamondi, franchises already have those aspects covered, making the business ownership transition smoother.

Depending on your plan and budget to start a new business there are many franchises that fit into the $50,000 to $100,000 investment range,” Abbamondi told Franchise Dictionary. “Plus, the pandemic forced brands to rethink essentials for a successful operation, becoming even leaner and more efficient.”

The low cost and quick timeline for opening allows owners to start working quickly. Abbamondi noted that the “Low cost plus quick start plus great earning potential plus resilience to economic changes,” makes starting a business as easy as can be. 

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