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  • n. Plural form of franchiser.

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Examples

  • A conclusion that franchisers and franchisees are in the same line of business would … threaten the viability of franchising as a business model in Massachusetts.

    Franchisee v. Franchiser

  • The possibility that franchisees could be classified as employees would place significant burdens on franchisers, such as responsibility for withholding federal and state taxes.

    Franchisee v. Franchiser

  • For franchisers, building links between owners is a chance to strengthen their brands and foster a "we're all family" attitude.

    Help From the Inside

  • Vicarious liability can be a real dilemma for franchisers.

    Franchisee v. Franchiser

  • More than anything else, franchisers are stressing that franchisees should keep in touch.

    Help From the Inside

  • See the steps franchisers are taking to get their franchisees helping each other.

    Help From the Inside

  • Mr. Vines has represented both franchisers and franchisees.

    Franchisee v. Franchiser

  • And as with Lewis, who post-synched his sound atrociously the better to concentrate more purposefully on ripping sheeps' tongues from dead girls' mouths and driving over fake, gore-filled heads with Cadillacs, the FD franchisers skimp on the narrative frills and fast-forward to the blood-curdling set-pieces.

    Has Final Destination reached its nadir?

  • In an era where credit is tight and investors are cautious, both franchisers and franchisees say this type of flexibility is the key to expansion.

    Franchises, on a Smaller Scale

  • For franchisers, one risk of the tiered model is losing control of the brand image.

    Franchises, on a Smaller Scale

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