Detailed Franchise metrics for Subway Detailed Franchise Metrics are metrics calculated and reviewed by Vetted Biz. You can find the available metrics for Subway below. “N/A” or Not Applicable results mean that there is not enough data available to compute a precise rate or that the result is not mathematically computable. When results are not mathematically computable, you should pay attention to the absolute values (#) instead of the percentage rate itself.
The System Transfer Rate represents all franchise unit transfers relative to the total number of franchise units. A lower transfer rate and lower overall transfers indicates a more robust and stable franchise system.
|Rate (%)||Number of Transfers (#)|
The Closure Rate represents franchise unit terminations and non-renewals in a given year relative to the total number of franchise units. A lower closure rate, overall terminations, and non-renewals indicate a more stable franchise system.
|Rate (%)||Number of Closures (Terminations, Non-Renewals, Ceased Operations) (#)|
The Growth Rate is the percentage change of total franchise units from one year to the next. A higher Growth Rate signifies an expanding franchise system.
|Rate (%)||Number of Openings (#)|
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The Stability Rate demonstrates how stable the franchise system was at the end of the year relative to total existing and new franchise units. A higher Stability Rate indicates a franchise system that is more likely to succeed as more franchise units remain in the system.
|Rate (%)||Number of Franchise Units at the End of the Year(#)|
The Exit Rate represents the percentage of closures and terminations that happened in a given year. A higher Exit Rate is a negative indicator and should be investigated further in order to understand if there are any potential issues with the system as a whole.
|Rate (%)||Number of Closures & Transfers (#)|