FREE SEMINARS – HOW TO FRANCHISE YOUR BUSINES
10 July 2018 - Free seminars being held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch next month aim to help business owners learn about franchising and licensing
If you’re an ambitious business owner, franchising and licensing can be a very successful way of growing and improving your business. Three free seminars being presented in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in August will help established business owners understand the opportunities and the steps involved.
The afternoon seminars will cover:
· Franchising and licensing background and history
· Advantages and disadvantages
· The right time to consider franchising/licensing
· Business performance
· What it takes to do it properly
· Different types of franchising/licensing structures
· Types of franchising/licensing fees
· Franchisee/licensee manuals and training
· The importance of support and field visits
· Franchising/licensing lifecycle
· Banking requirements and opportunities
· Available specialist advice (and how to use it)
Dr Callum Floyd is Managing Director of multiple award-winning specialists Franchize Consultants, New Zealand’s leading franchising and licensing consulting company since 1989. Callum will provide insight into how businesses from a wide range of industry sectors are realising the opportunities and advantages that a well-structured franchising or licensing system can provide.
Daniel Cloete, will talk about banking requirements and opportunities for franchisors/licensors based on his long experience as National Franchise Manager for Westpac, which has specialised franchise banking managers throughout the country.
A presenter from MYOB accounting software will also discuss the steps needed to grow and expanding your business successfully.
Auckland - Monday 27 August, 2.30-5.30pm
Wellington - Tuesday 28 August, 2.30-5.30pm
Christchurch - Wednesday 29 August, 2.30-5.30pm
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