It’s commonly known that the U.S., arguably the creator of the franchise model as we know it today, is the largest and most developed franchise market in the world. Statista estimates that there are roughly 773,603 franchise establishments throughout the country, outputting a total economic value of $787.5bn.
Perhaps lesser-known, however, is that North America’s neighbor to the North holds the title of the second-largest franchise market, with an estimated 1,300 unique brands currently operating throughout Canada.
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