Franchising Code

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Are you ready for 1 July Franchising Code revisions?


Revisions to the Franchising Code of Conduct include new rules enacted from 1 July. Are you ready? Franchisors are required to give their prospective franchisees the new key facts sheet and

Why the Franchising Code needs a fixed review period


The ability to predict and plan are vital elements in any successful business, no matter how big or small. Unfortunately for many franchisors and franchisees, the current system of ad-hoc

FCA and ASBFEO welcome latest franchise reforms


The Franchise Council of Australia and the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman have welcomed the Franchising Code of Conduct reforms announced by the Federal Government. The Code amendments

Small business ombudsman welcomes franchise reforms for auto sector


Bruce Billson, the newly-minted Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, has in his first week in office welcomed the government’s proposed reforms to the Franchising Code of Conduct. The

Have your say on proposed changes to franchising regulations


The Government has released a draft of proposed changes that aim to improve the Franchising Code of Conduct and now is your chance to provide feedback. Included in the draft

Get your financial house in order: financial disclosure and the Code


Under the new Franchising Code of Conduct there is greater obligation and cost to franchisors to provide financial information. Franchisors now more than ever, need to get their financial houses in order.