As with any franchise, there are significant differences between the franchisee and the franchisor, and it’s important for anyone considering investing in a Bodystreet franchise to understand these differences.

What is a franchisee?

Franchisees are individuals who invest in and operate a Bodystreet studio. They are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their business, including training employees, managing finances, and providing excellent customer service. Franchisees pay an initial franchise fee and ongoing royalties in exchange for the right to use the brand name, operating system, and support services provided by the franchisor.

Franchisees are required to follow the franchise system, including guidelines for marketing, sales, and customer service. They also receive extensive training and ongoing support from the franchisor, including site selection, lease negotiation, equipment procurement, staff recruitment and marketing campaigns. Bodystreet franchisees benefit from a proven business model and a well-established brand, which can help them to attract and retain customers.

What is a franchisor?

The franchisor, on the other hand, is responsible for providing the support and resources necessary to help franchisees succeed. This includes developing and refining the Bodystreet operating system, conducting market research, providing ongoing training and support, and managing the brand. Bodystreet also provides franchisees with access to proprietary software, marketing materials, and other resources designed to help them run their business more efficiently and effectively.

The franchisor also has the responsibility to ensure compliance with the Bodystreet system, ensuring that franchisees adhere to the brand’s standards for quality, service, and operations. This helps to maintain the consistency and integrity of the Bodystreet brand, which is critical to its success as a franchise system.


In conclusion, the relationship between a franchisee and a franchisor is a symbiotic one. Bodystreet franchisees benefit from the support, resources, and established brand of the franchisor, while the franchisor benefits from the revenue generated by franchisees. By working together, Bodystreet franchisees and the franchisor can achieve their common goal of delivering high-quality EMS training and growing the Bodystreet brand. To learn more about the support on offer with Bodystreet visit our ‘Support’ page or sign-up for our free information brochure here.