• Review application & confidentiality agreement
  • Verify assets and proposed geographical interest
  • Conduct and review credit check and franchisee profile Issue Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)

 Conference call:

  • Conduct candidate interview
  • Overview approval process
  • Overview training requirements
  • Overview of proposed territory

Discovery Day Approval:

  • Host Discovery Day at HERLIFE Magazine Corporate Office

Franchise Approval:

  • Review and approve candidate’s business entity
  • Prepare and issue Franchise Agreement

Training, Support & Publishing First Issue:
HERLIFE Magazine franchise program provides the training, operational and sales support, systems and programs, designed to help you start building a strong business from your first day!

  • Schedule 5 days sales & operations training
  • Provide development assistance
  • Support Grand Opening

Proprietary Programs:

  • Use of HERLIFE Magazine trademark/trade names
  • Reports from HERLIFE Magazine managed databases
  • Access to vendor accounts
  • Use of confidential operations manual and systems

Systemwide Communications:

  • Periodic newsletters
  • Periodic emails, faxes, and mailings

Ongoing System Development (R&D):

  • Development of new procedures
  • New product offerings
  • Product enhancement and/or vendor sourcing

Ongoing Operational Support:

  • Field visits from HERLIFE Magazine representatives
  • Phone access to experts in each functional area
  • Access to all HERLIFE Magazine forms
  • Creation and maintenance of website

 Initial Training:

  • Overall operations training
  • Sales service training
  • Initial design of market material
  • Professional photo for all marketing material



This franchising information is not intended as an offer to sell a franchise or the solicitation of an offer to buy a franchise. The following states regulate the offer and sale of franchises: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. Certain other states- Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, Nebraska, Texas, and Utah- have franchise filing requirements.  If you are a resident of one of these states we will not offer or sell you a franchise unless and until we have complied with the applicable presale filing, registration, and disclosure requirements in your state.

Our website has not been reviewed or approved by the California Department of Corporations. Any complains concerning the content of this website may be directed to the California Department of Corporations at www.corp.ca.gov.