Franchise Stock Exchange
Certified Business Models and Franchises are built in Virtual Business Development Incubators. These business models start with a Business Model Plan template, once completed they are developed and tested in the actual marketplace by 3rdparty verifying organizations, such as the National Association of Home Based Businesses (NAHBB) and the Micro-Business Enterprise Association. These verifying organizations have business developers and consultants attached to them that can assist business owners before and after funding. The Certified Business Model or Franchise is a more predictable method of growing a business, that’s why it’s preferred by private investors, banks and other financial institutions. The Certified Business Model is also used to increase the investment scores needed by new entrepreneurs and existing business owners who are seeking equity capital from a new class of early stage investors and venture capitalists. The Franchise Stock Exchange also offers lease/sell agreements to undeveloped territories for franchise business systems in areas, small as a city and large as a state.