JULY 2015 NEWSLETTER

FASA.CO.ZA
0861-2 FRANCHISE

     

SPOTLIGHT ON MIDEK PAINT DIRECT – NEWCOMER FRANCHISOR OF THE YEAR


 
 

Midek Paint Direct, the winner of FASA’s 2015 Newcomer Franchisor of the Year, is a trusted supplier of choice, delivering on customer service excellence and consistent quality psaint delivered through their current franchised stores. With a 5-year plan in place to achieve 2% of the decorative paint market which amounts to 100 million rand, Midek Paint is set to make its mark on the franchise front.

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HEALTHIER OPTIONS IN FAST FOOD


 
 

With the world-wide trend to eating healthier, several international brands have started implementing changes in their ingredients and offering healthier options to their customers.

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SME & FRANCHISING NIGERIA EXHIBITION & CONGRESS


 
 

The first annual SME and Franchising Nigeria Exhibition and Congress will provide a unique platform for Nigeria's entire SME and franchising value chain to meet under one roof. The show offers small and medium enterprises and franchisors, an unrivalled opportunity to meet potential partners, suppliers, customers and investors. It is also a great way to polish your business skills by sharing and comparing ideas with highly motivated entrepreneurs.

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TESTING FOR FRANCHISEE
SUCCESS


 
 

It's often difficult to find an employee to fill a position, but if it doesn't work out you can replace the person. With a business partner or franchise, a bad selection is much more difficult to unwind. That's why many leading franchisors rely heavily on psychometric testing to give them an edge on franchisee selection.

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ZIMBABWE IS BACK IN BUSINESS


 
 

The Zimbabwe Banking Finance and Investment (BFI) Franchise and Business Opportunities Expo and Conference 2015 to be held in Zimbabwe, at The Harare International Convention Centre, takes place from the 29th – 31st of July 2015.

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SANLAM – FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS FOR BUSINESS OWNERS


 
 

The day-to-day demands made on franchisees are inarguably onerous, so it is understandable that many owners have not given due consideration to the crucial question: What will happen to my franchise in the event of my death or disability?

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