It is hard to dispute the old saying that knowledge is power.
Having experienced a few years of tougher economic conditions those who want to get into business may wish to consider a franchise.
According to articles posted on business sites discussing job trends of the future, tomorrow’s employers will put a premium on skilled and semi-skilled workers, especially in computers, health care, science and technology.
Before sinking your money into a hot franchise concept, make sure it’s the real deal — not a dead duck.
Franchisees all too often sign franchise agreements without understanding their options, and then wonder later whether they could have negotiated for a better deal.
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Beauty, it is said, lies in the eye of the beholder.
A new study into the causes and experience of conflict in the franchise sector shows that New Zealand franchisees can be disappointed with their franchising experience.
Western Australia’s shadow minister for commerce and small business, Ljiljanna Ravlich, has explained why she is trying to push through state-based franchising laws that include penalties for breaches of the Franchising Code of Conduct and provide a statutory duty of “good faith” for negotiating contracts.
We’ve just published a case study that profiles the bind faced by William Burris, the owner of a box-rental franchise in Washington, D.C., who learned that his franchisor had gone bankrupt.