The beginning of a new year and a new decade is also a time of new opportunities. Among the most attractive is the opportunity to run your own business in 2020. Franchising has proven to be one of the best ways to achieve this goal, with the added benefits of training and support from an experienced franchisor.
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Making a profit might not be the only reason for a Franchisee selling their business. The Franchisee might be looking to retire, relocate, pursue other business interests or they might simply have realised that the business they chose is no longer for them. The best exit for such a franchisee is to sell their business as a “Franchise Resale”, but who do they sell it to?
Figures from the recently released NatWest British Franchise Association Survey 2018 show that franchising is now a major factor in business growth in the UK and these numbers are set to keep on growing.
On January 1, 2019, the new UK Corporate Governance Code came into effect. But what is Corporate Governance and who does it apply to?
What are the implications of the UK's decision to leave the EU for franchisees and franchisors? The short answer is that there will be no immediate contractual consequences, but here we take a look at 5 key things to consider in relation to Brexit and franchising.