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This is an ongoing project for a series of audio clips each focused on the development of multi-nationwide networks of upscale financial services. We need to keep things upbeat yet very professional.
The objective will be to reach 25 and above audiences interested in being recruited. The mediums used will be TV, Radio, Internet etc. US and UK, AUS
If possible I would like to hear music and or sound effects on your demo Creative thinking outside the box to keep listener interest up to 30 minutes will be a major Plus. 2010-10-14 03:10:44 GMT 2010-10-18 02:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
• Audio files must be delivered by regular mail
• Fully produce a radio ad AND
• Add music AND
• Add special effects
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Isaac Singer, in the 1850s, who made improvements to an existing model of a sewing machine, was among the first franchising efforts in the United States, followed later by Coca-Cola, Western Union, etc. and agreements between automobile manufacturers and dealers
Modern franchising came to prominence with the rise of franchise-based food service establishments. In 1932, Howard Deering Johnson established the first modern restaurant franchise based on his successful Quincy, Massachusetts Howard Johnson's restaurant founded in the late 1920s. The idea was to let independent operators use the same name, food, supplies, logo and even building design in exchange for a fee.
The growth in franchises picked up steam in the 1930s when such chains as Howard Johnson's started franchising motels.The 1950s saw a boom of franchise chains in conjunction with the development of the U.S. Interstate Highway System.
In the U.S. the FTC requires that the franchisee be furnished with a Disclosure Agreement by the Franchisor, at least ten days before money changes hands. The final agreement is always a negotiated document setting forth the fees and other terms. Whereas elements of the disclosure may be available from third parties only that provided by the franshisor can depended upon. The U.S. Disclosure Document (FDD) is very lengthy (300-700 pp +)and detailed (see UFOC for elements of disclosure), and generally provides audited financial statements of the franchisor in a particular format, although audited financial statements may not be required under some circumstances, such as where a franchisor is new. It will include data on the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the franchisees in the licensed territory (who may be contacted and consulted before negotiations), estimate of total franchise revenues and franchisor profitability. The States may require the FDD to contain specific requirements but the requirements in the State disclosure documents must be in compliance with the Federal Rule that governs federal regulatory policy. There is no private right of action of action under the FTC Rule for franchisor violation of the rule but fifteen or more of the States have passed statutes that provide this right of action to franchisees when fraud can be proved under these special statutes. The majority of franchisors have inserted mandatory arbitration clauses into their agreements with their franchisees, in some of which the U.S. Supreme Court has dealt with.
There is no federal registry of franchises or any federal filing requirements for information. States are the primary collectors of data on franchising companies, and enforce laws and regulations regarding their presence and their spread in their jurisdictions.
Where the franchisor has many partners, the agreement may take the shape of a business format franchise - an agreement that is identical for all franchisees.
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