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During our many years working within New Zealand's franchise sector, we've learnt a great deal about the market - what works, what doesn't work, and what people involved in all aspects of franchising need to think about to succeed.

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PRIVATE EQUITY AND FRANCHISING CAN MAKE BAD BED-FELLOWS

August 2017 - The problems surrounding Veritas Investment's franchised brands will make investors wary of franchises - but is it franchising or the management of a relationships business by financiers that is the problem?

THE NAKED FRANCHISOR CALCULATING AND COLLECTING FRANCHISE FEES

Good relationships between franchisors and franchisees depend partly on a clear understanding of what the franchisor is charging for and how they are making their revenue. Hiding income streams only leads to trouble, says Win Robinson

WESTPAC FUNDING YOUR FRANCHISE

Westpac’s Daniel Cloete offers advice on some common banking issues for franchisees

WHAT MAKES SOME GO BOOM AND OTHERS GO BUST

Why do some franchise networks build on their success while others go downhill? Win Robinson shares some secrets and asks the provocative question 'Is your franchisor making enough money?'
 

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BurgerFuel is a leader in the gourmet burger market, dedicated to serving high quality burgers in an atmosphere as charged as the food. Combined with fun and irreverent marketing campaigns BurgerFuel creates the perfect environment for franchisees to grow and enjoy their business.

Freedom Companion Driving Services

Timing is everything! Aged care and community services are a rapidly growing business. With the population of New Zealanders aged 65 plus projected to double in the next 25 years there has never been a better time to own a Freedom Companion Driving franchise.

The Cheesecake Shop

The Cheesecake Shop has been one of New Zealand’s favourite cake retailers since 1995 and now operates from 23 stores across the nation. One of the great strengths of The Cheesecake Shop franchise system is its ability to train people from all walks of life to make The Cheesecake Shop’s core range of cakes. You don’t need to be a baker or a pastry chef to own a franchise, our excellent training course teaches you how to make our wonderful desserts in just 3 weeks.

U-Sell (Park & Sell Yard)

U-Sell (Park & Sell Yard) is a unique, proven business model, helping customers to display and sell their cars in a traditional car yard environment at U-Sell yards. Minimal investment, minimal staff, great returns and lots of fun. Visit u-sell.co.nz for available locations throughout NZ.

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