Franchisees operate their business under the established brand of a franchisor — strictly complying with their operating procedures, uniforms, stock, suppliers, and branding. McDonald’s, Subway, and LJ Hooker are some famous examples of franchises in Australia.
Most Franchisees have a heavy workload (at least in the first 5-8 years of business), managing daily operations, marketing, sales and production output. At the same time overseeing administration, HR and recruitment, safety, and compliance. Franchisees usually have to attend meetings and training with the franchisor.
There are 9 courses available for people who want to become a Franchisee.