Definitions for "Franchising"
A parent company grants another independent entity the privilege to do business in a pre-specified manner, including manufacturing, selling products, marketing technology and other business approach.
A system for expanding a business and distributing goods and services.
The right or license granted to an individual or group to market a company's goods or services in a particular territory.
a intriguing business and studying more about it can be extremely fulfilling
a intriguing industry and studying more about it is extremely advantageous
a stirring business and studying more about it can be very profitable
a growing field and discovering more about it can prove to be very edifying
a stimulating field and studying more about it can prove to be quite productive
SHAs are the first example of this in the NHS. Franchising allows the best managers to be identified for posts and encourages them to take an innovative approach to management and performance improvement - they produce a franchise plan, like this document, highlighting how targets will be achieve locally
Franchising is a general term used to describe a situation where a complete course or module designed and approved by the University is subsequently approved for operation by a partner. Franchised Course. This is a University designed Course delivered at a partner institution. In a franchised course most of the modules are likely to be franchised, however the course could contain some new modules designed by the partner which may need to be validated. Departments generate codes for new modules. See also Validation.
describes the process by which an awarding institution (in this case, the University of York), agrees to authorise a partner organisation to deliver the whole or part of one or more of its programmes.
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Contract under the terms of which a franchisor allows a franchisee to operate a retail outlet using the name, format and style created and supported by the franchisor.