Miscellaneous 2005

Is franchising suitable for your clients' business?

Source: South Australia

Published Date: 28 Sep 2005


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Topics covered in this paper include:

  • what is a franchise?
  • when to franchise
    • can your business be franchised?
    • how to franchise
  • franchising Code of Conduct
    • initial disclosure documents and update requirements
    • marketing funds and audit requirements
    • misleading conduct including recent court cases
  • franchise agreement.

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Is franchising suitable for your clients' business?

Author(s): Ramsey Andary


  • Published By: Ramsey Andary
  • Published On:28 Sep 2005
  • Took place at:Stamford Plaza Adelaide

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Miscellaneous 2005

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