In our experience, the main obligations of the franchisor in a franchise master contract are: including specific provisions in the applicable agreement For example, and in accordance with the Mexican code of commerce, an agency agreement is a commercial mandate by which a client asks an agent to conduct a commercial action on behalf of the company. This relationship may be the subject of a written or oral agreement, but in the latter case it must be ratified in writing before the agreement is reached. In this regard, this type of agreement constitutes a spontaneous and transient relationship between the client and the agent, provided that the client is able to establish a new commercial relationship as soon as he has executed the corresponding deed or agreement.5 The main difference between sub-franchise, franchising and development agents is that sub-franchise and franchise masters contracts will be able to provide a licence and franchise for the operation and exploitation of rights. intellectual property. , and provide technical assistance and know-how. In the meantime, development officers are putting in place an agency agreement that does not provide a license or franchise. The United States is the leader in franchising, a position it had held since the 1930s, when it used the fast food, inn and, a little later, motels in the Great Depression.   In 2005, there were 909,253 established deductibles, generating $880.9 billion in production and 8.1% of all non-agricultural private employment. This represents 11 million jobs and 4.4% of total private sector output.
 Dave Materson, Chief Technology Officer of a franchise company in West Palm Beach, Florida, believes the new technology benefits those who train franchisees, franchisees themselves and their customers. Here`s what he has to say about technology and franchises: franchising is one of the few ways to access venture capital without having to give up control of the chain`s operations and set up a distribution system to maintain it. Once the brand and formula are carefully designed and executed, franchisors are able to sell franchises and grow rapidly across countries and continents using the capital and resources of their franchisees, while reducing their own risks. A problem that very often arises depends on whether franchise agreements are negotiable or not. The answer is that they are negotiable, provided that the negotiated amendments are based on a request from the franchisee and offer the franchisee more favourable, but no less favourable, terms and rights. While franchise agreements are generally negotiated and often modified, changes are most often limited in nature, as franchisors do and must emphasize consistency within their franchise systems.