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Australasia Competition launched to help emerging Australian brands scale up

Masterminded by leaders in the Australian franchise space, the Launch Your Franchise contest will help Australian businesses to expand their network through franchising

Australasia Five Guys to enter Australian market in 2021

The cult burger franchise is exploring the Aussie market with some upcoming Sydney locations

Australasia Your guide to franchising in Australia

Incoming brands will find a country that’s very receptive to the franchise model. However, there are significant cultural, economic and regulatory factors that international franchises must be aware of

Australasia Franchise Council of Australia working with government to ensure industry’s voice is heard

The Franchise Council of Australia (FCA) is working closely with the Australian government, as well as other industry peak bodies, to ensure that the voice of franchising and small business is heard as the country heads down the path to economic recovery

Australasia A guide to comprehensive counsel: Australia and tech advancements

Your expansive guide to franchising’s legal frameworks, and what a business should look for when it comes to comprehensive counsel

Australasia Just Cuts reopens Australia and New Zealand stores with key health measures in place

“We are excited to be here for our clients and our stylists,” said Just Cuts founder and CEO Denis McFadden

Australasia CycleBar signs master franchise agreement in Australia

The Australia deal further expands parent company Xponential Fitness’ international footprint

Australasia Interview: Mary Aldred, CEO of the Franchise Council of Australia

Global Franchise got the opportunity to speak with Mary Aldred, CEO of the FCA, about how the Australian franchise industry is being impacted by COVID-19, and what businesses can do to appeal to the average Aussie consumer