My friend was quite hyped up about Koryo garlic potato balls and asked me (and some of our friends) if we’d like to partner and franchise together. I really like the idea but it got me thinking “could we really do it?”. I don’t know much about franchising. I’m still on the process of learning and so far, I’m learning a lot. I think it’s the easiest way to become an entrepreneur.
Food stalls, kiosks, water refilling stations, digital photo printing business – these are the common micro franchises that you can choose from, but before you start, ask yourself first if you have enough money to invest. This has been the biggest challenge for us because when we asked Koryo about the franchise fee etc., it costs more than half a million. WTH! Franchising will have to wait until I have lots and lots of money already, for now, I’ll just focus on working hard LOL.