HOW TO GET DEALERSHIP, DISTRIBUTORSHIP, AGENCY, FRANCHISEE IN YOUR AREA/CITY/TOWN
Dealership, distributorship or agency or becoming a franchisee is the license to distribute the product here both the dealership and distributor work with the manufacture to get the goods to the buyer. A dealership is similar to the distributorship that the dealer usually sells to the public were the criteria will be given by the manufacturing company.
First of all the manufacturing company will give the rights and responsibilities in the relationship, training and support about the product, area of distribution, and quality control about the product. For the quality control they will come across the dealership places, manufacturing company officers visits onsite inspection the facility and regular customer and the vendor feedback.
The distributorship or called a agency of particular product that some of the manufacturing company would not allow new guys for the product selling. So you must be very closely or being friendly come across the product and need to gain knowledge about the particular product, experience of selling the product. These will come across a bit and move towards purchasing the newly product.
Here you must write a letter for a particular company to become a dealer or distributor speaks with the company and come with the written agreement and statements. Prior to or within six months of beginning the business venture, there must be a cash transaction of at least Rs. 50,000 between the dealer/distributor and the company. First you need to invest for the product and get back the money to the manufacturing company at the particular time period. Here will give the small improvement in the product.
Here the franchise means giving the business opportunities in which the owner of a product, process, service, system, or name gives permission to a second party to use it in exchange for payment. Uniform Franchise Offering Circular (UFOC) of the franchise gives the franchise for the new business and with the small investments by your side, including the purchase agreement as well as three years of audited financial statements.