Royalty Agreement Style 6

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Royalty Agreement Style 6

A royalty is what you receive from someone who is using something which belongs to you (eg music) and for which you have granted them a licence with terms and conditions, including royalties payable, so a royalty and licence are the opposite sides of the same coin :-). Different industries and revenue models lead those industries to specific strategies for setting royalty amounts. There is no one way that is required, so franchisors can get as creative as they'd like. The most successful franchisors will take great care in determining what their required royalty payments will be, whereas some franchisors will just use whatever their competitors are requiring, or just pick a number with little to no basis for it. Ideally, the franchisor will set the royalty amount at a level that will allow the franchisee to take home a healthy enough profit, after all expenses, such that the business will be able to succeed both initially and ongoing. Different industries and revenue models lead those industries to specific strategies for setting royalty amounts. There is no one way that is required, so franchisors can get as creative as they'd like.

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