In the modern age and current economic environment there is increasing reliance on self employed contractors to fulfil business roles.
When taking on a franchise the focus tends to be on the franchise agreement however for franchises operated from premises a key part of the process is taking on a lease in this article, we highlight the nuances of this process for the beginner.
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When a salesperson misrepresented the facts to prospective franchisees it landed the franchisor in court. This is how you can learn from their mistake
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From implementing solid contracts to regulatory compliance, Fiona Boswell, partner and head of franchising at Fraser Brown Solicitors, enlightens ambitious business owners with their sights set on Blighty
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With the negative press surrounding zero-hours employment contracts, David Glover, managing director of Caremark, discusses whether they should be used in franchise businesses
If you’re planning on taking your franchise overseas you better ensure you know about all the regulatory hoops you’ll have to jump through