INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

FASA LAUNCHES FRANCHISE INDUSTRY SURVEY

FASA'S BREAKFAST SEMINAR PUT THE SPOTLIGHT ON DEALING WITH THE MEDIA

DON'T MISS THE SEPTEMBER FASA FRANCHISEE BREAKFAST SEMINAR

FNB HOLDS ITS 2ND FRANCHISE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT AND FRANCHISE INFORMATION DAY

JOBS FUND ALLOCATES FUNDS TO CREATE JOBS IN THE FRANCHISE SECTOR

MEMBER AND INDUSTRY NEWS

SUBWAY OPENS ITS 40 000TH STORE

SORBET LAUNCHES SORBET DRYBARS

FASA ACTIVE ONLINE

LEGAL NEWS

NATIONAL CREDIT AMNESTY APPROVED

 

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Subway Opens its
40 000th Store


Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca's success story started at age 17 when he opened his first sandwich shop as a way to put himself through college. Last month, the chain, which has a growing presence in South Africa with 14 stores, marked the opening of its 40 000th store.

 

Economic Growth
Fasa Launches Franchise Industry Survey

With franchising becoming more accountable as it is covered by the Consumer Protection Act and in the interests of making an even bigger contribution to the country's economy, FASA has embarked on an industry survey that gives an overview of the current state of franchising and will form the basis of more extensive surveys going forward. Read more.

Fasa's Breakfast Seminar Put The Spotlight On Dealing With The Media

Having speakers from two of South Africa's top investigative television programmes - Bernadette Cook, investigative journalist from Carte Blanche and Debora Patta, formerly of e-tv's and currently an international correspondent - giving advice on how to deal with the media and protect your brand from negative publicity was a real scoop!

DON'T MISS
September FASA Franchisee Breakfast Seminar

Change analyst and top speaker Michael Jackson will take you through the Challenges of Change in our volatile world. Russ Timothy of Franchise Directions will be focusing on franchise best practices and marketing guru Grant Thom will show you how to gain a competitive advantage by thinking ‘digital.’