What You Need to Know About Franchising
A state that loves being the leader of the pack, South Carolina boasts about being one of the original 13 colonies. On the flip side, they were also the first to secede from the Union during the Civil War. While they might not get everything right, starting a business in SC is definitely a good pursuit.
The Palmetto State is a non-registration state. So, channel your inner colonist and be a trailblazer with a new business venture. Whatever your passion, South Carolina is a great place to start! Keep in mind that if you do not have a federally registered trademark with the USPTO, you will have to get initial approval and pay a filing fee.
South Carolina has more than 300 golf courses in total, and Myrtle Beach is known as the golf capital of the world.
Cool Kid Facts
Commercial and residential cleaning is the top franchise industry, with 9.1% of franchises being in this category.
South Carolina produces more peaches than Georgia.
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