The International Franchise & Entrepreneurs Expo (IFE) 2012, which is the biggest franchise expo on the African content, will take place on 17 – 19 May at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, Gauteng. The cost of entrance is a mere R50 per person and the exhibition will be open from 10h00 to 18h00 daily.IFE is one of the longest running franchise and business opportunity expos. Under the auspices of the Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA),
We are proud to announce that we will be running the new WSI Master Franchise here in South Africa. We are very excited about this opportunity and are looking forward to new adventures with WSI. Here is the short version of the press release. WSI, the world’s #1 Internet franchise, opened a new Master Franchise office in South Africa in September 2011. The new Master Franchise will be run and managed by Francois Muscat, who has been providing a wide range of clien
The International Franchise and Entrepreneurship Expo is the biggest franchise expo on the African continent and is a highlight on the yearly calendar for any franchise that is looking to sell franchises and people looking to buy a franchise. Yesterday was our first day of exhibiting at the IFE Expo and, if I may say so myself, it was a huge success! The Expo started at 10am and pretty soon after ten Mike, Richelle, Me, Marianna, Nick, Mel and...
There are many well-known franchise opportunities available in almost every industry you can think of. Some are well established with proven systems and support structures in place, while others are relatively new. Choosing the franchise that suits you will reduce risk and raise the levels of success. While specialist advisors are a necessity to assist you throughout your business venture, the following steps will help you to evaluate any franchise opportunity you a
When evaluating any business venture, whether it is a new start-up or a proven franchise model such as WSI’s, one of the first questions you should ask yourself is, “What is the true market potential here?” This may sound like a basic component of due diligence, but quite often the promise and excitement of starting something new gets in the way of this fundamental consideration. The reality is, many seemingly great business ideas fail because of limited deman