Franchise model teaches valuable lessons

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franchise related wordsGet along to Kenmore next Wednesday evening to hear how the franchise model has some inherent lessons of value to every business owner and manager. CCIQ Brisbane West is holding the evening as part of its Business Mentoring series of talks.

Speaker for the event, Alan Biggs and his wife Lucy, bought the failing Kip McGrath Education Centres International Master Franchise for the UK & Ireland in 2001.

At that time the organisation, which had been going for some eight years had dropped from 55 franchises to 27 with a real likelihood of further attrition to around 14. Six years later the organisation had 264 franchises and was operating successfully in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

His major interest is in creating successful business systems for small to medium sized enterprises.

The basic rules of good business are the foundation of every successful franchise operation. Individual businesses or SMEs can benefit from learning these fundamental rules and then applying them to their own operation.

Date:           20th of August
Time:           6:00 – 7:45 pm
Location:     Riverglenn
70 Kate Street Indooroopilly
Cost:           $30.00 pp (2 course meal)

RSVP to CCIQ Brisbane West by the 16th of August

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