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As Mark Siebert sugested consider the following:

In many countries, U.S. concepts carry a certain cachet simply because they’re from the U.S. The retail and service environments in many countries are simply not as competitive as they are in the U.S. It’s the heart of capitalism and entrepreneurship.”

And in the Darwinian world of business, that type of environment produces the strongest survivors.

Many franchisors initiate their global franchise efforts through serendipity. Perhaps a foreign investor looking for a franchise came across their listing at

Entrepreneur’s FranchiseZone, and that chance encounter leads to an international franchise opportunity.


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