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Cape Town - Franchising continues to be an attractive investment for entrepreneurs that want to play it safe and go with a tried and tested concept.

In spite of that, even a proven business model still carries an element of risk for entrepreneurs that go in blindly without doing proper due diligence.

Morne Cronje, Head of Franchising at FNB Business says, similar to other businesses, franchises are also sensitive to economic headwinds. As a result, entrepreneurs that want to take that big leap of faith into running their own franchises should carefully do their homework to avoid disappointment and financial losses.

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