Analysis of Unit Costs, Fees, and Profitability in a Selection of Hair & Tanning Salon Brands
This report compares ten(10) franchise systems in the beauty industry: five(5) in the tanning sub-sector and five(5) in the hair care sub-sector. We study initial investment costs, unit sales, ongoing fees, and unit financial performance metrics such as EBITDA and sales per square foot.
The strength of a brand ultimately lies in the financial performance of its units.
Prospective franchisees need to understand the comparative potential profit of the brands in which they are considering investing.
Franchisors need to make operational, support and development decisions based on this data.
This report, like all in the Unit Performance Report series, gives a detailed breakdown of initial investment and ongoing costs, average unit sales performance, an analysis of return on initial investment, costs and return by square foot, ongoing fees such as royalty and advertising, and many other metrics. View the Table of Contents.
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