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[fran-chahy-zee] /ˌfræn tʃaɪˈzi/
a person or company to whom a franchise is granted.
Origin of franchisee
1960-65; franchise + -ee Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Franchising involves two parties, the franchiser and the franchisee.
  • Do not give any franchise rights to countries that do not have a resident franchisee.
  • But, one franchisee said, it may not be a permanent fixture on the menu.
  • Rumor had it the franchisee folded due to overexpansion.
  • Generally, a franchisee sells goods or services supplied by the franchiser or that meet the franchiser's quality standards.
  • No franchisee or franchisor can use false, deceptive, or misleading advertising.
  • Before you decide to become a franchisee, read this guide to become an expert on what your business will entail.
  • Because of the name recognition, franchisors typically control how the individual franchisee runs their business.

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