December Newsletter

Trying a new product or a service that’s just not happening? You’ll gain invaluable insight from this article – it also pays to read up on Seth Godin’s ‘The Dip’. For most of us it’s a challenging read – as the truth can be…This is a complex area and anyone considering franchising is advised to familiarise themselves with the difference. Contact us with your questions about your business.Taco Bell will get its second Australian restaurant early next year. Collins Foods holds the licence for the brand in Australia and will review a further roll-out after being encouraged by initial trading from its Queensland test store.Emma Koehn shares, “Former US President Barack Obama is using life after the White House to empower young people to engage in social entrepreneurship — and he recently asked one Aussie founder to weigh in on how to achieve this.”A warm cup of coffee might be the preference for many when it comes to kick-starting the day, but outgoing Pinterest president Tim Kendall’s morning routine involves a more chilly approach. And more about those intruding smartphones and tablets…The Yanks are coming to grab a bite of your lunchtime trade! Is Australia ready for the melted sandwich? The directors of US franchise chain Melt Shop certainly believe so.History even has it’s lessons for Franchisors. Peter Buckingham shares what Churchill did that is still relevant in the franchise world today.Whatever the cost, every investment in a franchise requires careful consideration.Here are five important questions to ask.Here are 10 quick-snap reasons to remind you prospective franchisees why franchising might be their best bet yet…Franchising has long been one of the best ways for businesses to quickly yet sustainably scale. It is one of the lowest cost and lowest risk channels for expansion. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t barriers to entry and continued growth. In many cases these barriers are seriously underestimated – tripping up would-be franchisors.If you’re a retailer then this is a must-read. “How do shopping centre owners press for increases in rents of 4% or 5% pa. when the increase in the $ / sq m. sold through the Centres has been increasing in the range of 0.5% – 1.65% pa. over the last few years?”Get the latest tips and tricks on how to start or run your own franchise from this great magazine. It’s worth a browse through! Our next Kickstart Franchise Weekend Workshop is on February 17th & 18th and the next is on the 16th and 17th of June. If you’ve not attended one yet make sure you attend this one. IT’S A MUST! See what members Kevin Scrimshaw, National Drones, Melbourne and Simon & Sandra Allars, Soothe Mobile Massage, Melbourne had to say. And remember, these workshops are internationally accredited and include points towards the FCA’s CFE program.

The Franchise Simply team are taking a well-earned break from 21st December until 8th January and we wish you all a wonderful Christmas break and a hugely successful year ahead.

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