Own Your Own Franchise: The Essential Guide to Franchising in Australia
Franchising offers opportunities for both small and large businesses. For individuals it provides a way of getting into business, combining some of the advantages of being with an established enterprise while remaining your own boss. This book is a complete and practical guide to establishing and running a franchise business. This updated edition features four new chapters and discusses the current status of franchising in Australia.
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Questions to ask when buying a franchise
The steps you will take in buying a franchise
More questions that deserve answers
Picking the winners
International expansion for Australian franchisors
The franchisorfranchisee relationship
The unhappy franchisee
The franchise agreement
The legal picture
Your bank and franchising
Information sources on franchising
How to tell when a franchise system is in trouble
The culture of caring
Do you want to franchise your business?
How to franchise your business
Common misconceptions about franchising
Expansion of franchising through conversion
Your next step
The Franchising Code of Conduct
Businesses for franchise
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Page 169 - Therefore, by its terms, section 32 does not apply — (a) To a person who Is not an officer, director, or employee of a member bank of the Federal Reserve System; (b) To a person (1) who Is not an officer, director, or employee of a corporation or unincorporated association primarily engaged In the Issue, flotation, underwriting, public sale, or distribution, at wholesale or retail, or through syndicate participation...
Page 175 - At the date of this statement there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Company will be able to pay its debts as and when they fall due.
Page 176 - General, before the end of such period after the end of the financial year to which the statement relates as the Secretary of State may specify by notice given to the Authority.
Page 151 - Parliament not later than six months after the end of the financial year to which it relates.
Page 171 - Details of whether the territory or site to be franchised has been subject to a franchised business operated by a previous franchise granted by the franchisor and.
Page 150 - A franchisor must not induce a franchisee not to form an association or not to associate with other franchisees for a lawful purpose.