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Types of Franchises Available

BG Cleaning Systems is currently offering the following types of franchises:

Master Franchise

A BG Cleaning Systems Master Franchise is granted to a qualified franchise partner who will be assigned a specific territory wherein the master franchisee is expected to develop and support the franchise network within his territory. He is allowed to sub-franchise within his assigned territory and is also allowed to have one unit to run by himself. He will be receiving a percentage of the monthly franchise fees and will share other franchise revenues from his territory‘s franchise network with the Franchisor: BG Cleaning Systems.

There are several types of BG Cleaning Systems Master Franchises. These are the following:

  • Country Master Franchise: The Master Franchisee is granted the whole country as his territory.
  • Regional Master Franchise: The Master Franchisee is granted a region as his territory. The Territory is mapped according to the different regions in the country concerned.
  • State Master Franchise: The Master Franchisee is granted a state as his territory. The Territory is mapped according to the different states in the country concerned.
  • Provincial Master Franchise: The Master Franchisee is granted a province as his territory. The Territory is mapped according to the different provinces in the country concerned.
  • City Master Franchise: The Master Franchise is granted a city as his territory. The Territory is mapped according to the different cities in the country concerned.

Unit Franchise

A BG Cleaning Systems Unit Franchise is granted to a qualified franchise partner who will be granted the license to operate his own unit in a specified territory. He is not allowed to sub-franchise. If a BG Cleaning Systems Master Franchise exists in his territory, he will belong to that franchise network.

Exclusive Country Unit Franchise

A BG Cleaning Systems Exclusive Country Unit Franchise is granted to a qualified franchise partner who will be assigned a whole country. He can operate a single unit within this territory and is not allowed to sub-franchise. This applies to countries who might have a smaller land area, or a lesser population, or a lesser economical development.