FANZ BOARD ELECTIONS UNDERWAY
June 2012 - Franchise Association members are to elect four new board members
Seven people are vying for four available positions on the board of the Franchise Association of New Zealand. Under Association rules, board members are elected for a two-year term, after which they have to stand for re-election if they wish to continue. The Board comprises seven members, three or four of whom stand down each year.
The four board members standing down this year are:
- Paul Brown, Paramount Services (franchisor)
- Graeme Henderson, Meticulous Home Services & Quinovic Property Management (franchisor/franchisee)
- Estelle Logan, VIP Home Services (master franchisee)
- Laurel McCulloch, Link Business (broker)
Of these, Paul Brown and Laurel McCulloch are standing for re-election. The other five candidates are:
- Sean Dwyer, ANZ National Bank (banker)
- Dawn Engelbrecht, Safe Kids in Daily Supervision (franchisor)
- Dr. Callum Floyd, Franchize Consultants (consultant)
- Brad Jacobs, The Coffee Club (master franchisee)
- Warren Sare, BNZ (banker)
The existing elected board members are:
- David Foster, Harris Tate (lawyer)
- Stephen Mansfield, Quest Serviced Apartments (master franchisee)
- Ian Robertson, New Zealand Post (franchisor)
An additional unelected board member, Brem Ellingham of Fastway Couriers, was co-opted to the board immediately following last year’s election. He is not standing for election this year. The current chairman is David Foster.
Voting is open to Franchise Association members only and all ballot papers must be returned by 9am Sunday 8th July 2012.
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