The
Definition Of

Franchisee

Franchisee refers to an individual or firm that enters into a franchise agreement and pays an initial fee and an ongoing royalty to an franchisor in exchange for using the franchisor’s trademark and method of doing business.


Franchisee is the individual or business firm purchasing a franchise.

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