Whilst we are not yet through dealing with Covid-19 Br-exit is fast approaching and in this series of article we’ll focus on various aspects that impact franchise brands.
There is no doubt that the current Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on the franchising industry.
Coronavirus was first identified in Wuhan, the capital of China's Hubei province, in early December 2019.
In April 2020 HMRC is bringing in new rules for organisations which hire contractors.
Winding up a business is never easy, but when you’re winding up a franchise business, a whole set of issues comes into place that wouldn’t necessarily arise with a ‘non-franchise’ company.
The pandemic has seen the world of work change entirely from what was known at the beginning of this year.
A franchise agreement is a document that outlines in legal terms how the franchisor/franchisee relationship works.
There have only been a few reported cases involving franchise businesses in 2019.
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.