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franchiser

[fran-chahy-zer] /ˈfræn tʃaɪ zər/
noun
1.
Also, franchisor
[fran-chahy-zer, fran-chuh-zawr] /ˈfræn tʃaɪ zər, ˌfræn tʃəˈzɔr/ (Show IPA)
. a person or company that grants a franchise.
Origin
1835-1845
1835-45; franchise + -er1
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Examples from the web for franchiser
  • Franchising involves two parties, the franchiser and the franchisee.
  • franchiser owns the right to the name or trademark and sells that right to a franchise.
  • Generally, a franchisee sells goods or services supplied by the franchiser or that meet the franchiser's quality standards.
  • And since many of the decisions and products come from the franchiser, your risks are reduced.
  • One member is a past or present employee or representative of a franchiser.
  • In many instances, the franchiser also supplies products needed by the franchisee.
  • Franchisees will pay a fixed per-cent of receipts to a franchiser for advertising and royalties.
  • In the simplest form, a franchiser owns the right to the name or trademark and sells that right to a franchisee.
  • Evidence of written notice to the franchiser, if a franchised dealer.
  • The franchiser also installed folding auxiliary shelves at the counters in both stores.

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