This ebook considers the fundamentals of franchising and other growth strategies.
You don't want to franchise by accident. Our ebook will help you to understand the difference between licensing and franchising.
If you are considering franchising your business, our ebook will give you information about assessing your business.
The Franchising Code uses 4 criteria to determine whether an agreement is a franchise agreement.
The Franchising Code of Conduct contains a mandatory set of rules that all Australian franchisors must abide by.
All Australian franchisors must issue a disclosure document in a prescriptive form to a prospective franchisee, or when proposing to renew or extend the scope or term of a franchise agreement.
Intellectual Property includes property such as patents, trade marks, copyrights and designs and confidential information.
The Franchising Code of Conduct (the Franchising Code) sets out the obligations (including annual obligations) relating...
The Federal Government has released a discussion paper seeking stakeholder views to help the Government assess the...
The long awaited dispute resolution provisions under the Franchising Code of Conduct (the...
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