After five months of debilitating conditions brought on by the corona virus, and as the pandemic seems to be levelling off, businesses need to look ahead to the recovery phase and how to regain their place in the economic space. Those brands that are quick off the mark to reassure consumers that they have weathered the storm and are fully equipped to pick up the pieces, re-define and re-invent their offerings to embrace the new economy, will be the ones to benefit the most and lead in the recovery.
With that in mind, FASA has partnered with the Sunday Times to produce its definitive Franchising Print and Digimag on the 27th September 2020 which will take a closer look at how the franchise sector has fared during this pandemic and why it is poised, as a proven business format, to bounce back and reclaim its position as an important cog in the South African economy.
More importantly, the Sunday Times invites franchise brands, both established and new, to be part of this important business feature that will tell the world that franchising is alive and well. If you are one of those entrepreneurial franchisors or are a service provider to the industry, this is your chance to make your mark as one of the leaders in the post-Covid recovery and showcase your brand to both the consumer base that the Sunday Times reaches and to those looking to invest in the new future.
To this end, FASA has joined forces with the Sunday Times to once again publish their popular Franchising Feature that will reflect on how the industry has contributed to the South African economy, examine why franchises are better equipped to succeed in trying times and what plans individual franchise brands have as they re-group to tackle the future post-Covid-19.
The Sunday Times Franchising Supplement will be distributed to 20 000 Sunday Times subscribers and will be available to view online here
The Sunday Times is offering franchise brands the opportunity to showcase their resilience and forward thinking strategies in a unique Franchising feature which will appear in the Sunday Times on the 27th September. For pricing info click here and for more info on participation options please contact Roman Ross on 073 253 9440 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org