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Expert Robert Bryden shares his legal tips for franchisees

Australia is thriving with over 1,300 franchise businesses in a range of industries, earning over $181 billion dollars in revenue and continually growing.  In recent...

Transforming franchisees into entrepreneurs

Opening up a new franchise isn’t a decision that many take lightly, but just because someone has bought into a business, it doesn’t mean...

Franchising: a secure, flexible career refresh

The recently released Franchising Australia Report from Griffith University tells a positive story for franchising, and particularly the retail sector. The report revealed there...

Must-haves that lead to growth in business

Business can be a funny beast. One minute you’re hard at work running your business a certain way and then, seemingly out of the...

7-Eleven says model not “dependent” on underpayment and will repay staff

After a joint investigation by Fairfax and Four Corners uncovering widespread underpayment of staff by 7-Eleven franchisees, 7-Eleven has said in a statement that...

Back from the brink: From administration to million-dollar profits

When Rob Dallimore returned to Worldwide Printing Solutions as CEO in 2010, the business was in bad shape. Dynamic Business sat down with the CEO to find out how the business was turned around.

Workplace regulator reaches out to franchises

The Fair Work Ombudsman is asking franchises to take part in its National Franchise Program (NFP), designed to improve compliance with workplace laws across their network.

Cafe2U franchisees win Franchising Council Merit Award

Andrew and Mandy Lynch, owner/operators of a Cafe2U franchise in the Perth region of Kenwick and Maddington, have been rewarded for their efforts by taking home a Merit Award at the Franchising Council of Australia (FCA) Awards.

The legal complexities of going international

Expanding globally can be a great way to grow your franchise business, but its no easy ride.

Franchisor/Franchisee conflict due to poor communication: Study

A study by Griffith University into franchise conflict has revealed the need for better communication between franchisors and their franchisees.

Let’s Talk: Black Friday

After an incredibly challenging year, the upcoming Black Friday sales on the 27 November presents as an attractive opportunity for engaging new...

Small businesses receive stronger protections against unfair contract terms

Commonwealth and state and territory consumer affairs ministers have agreed to strengthen existing unfair contract term protections in the Australian Consumer Law,...

Sustainable packaging startup hit by Chinese-Australian trade tensions

Australian sustainable packaging startup Planet Protector Packaging has been one victim of the Chinese-Australian trade tensions, after their deal to provide the...

Vollebak: How to succeed by breaking all the rules

Steve and Nick Tidball don’t believe in following the rules. The British twin brothers ignored traditional business thinking when they co-founded Vollebak...

Chinese-Australian trade tensions: Experts explain economic and legal impacts

Tensions between China and Australia are steadily increasing as the Chinese government continue to stop Australian imports. This is said to be...

AWS and Tech 23 to host the AI Conclave on 11 and 12 November

The Tech 23 Deeptech Festival is hosting the AI Conclave on the 11 to 12 November, providing an opportunity for businesses to...

‘Bumpy and uneven’ economic recovery underway: RBA

The RBA’s November Statement on Monetary Policy revealed that Australia has fared better than expected but the recovery is “expected to be...

100 million trees by 2025: Mastercard’s Priceless Planet Coalition

As consumers demand more sustainable and ethical business operations, companies can now join forces and fight climate change collaboratively through Mastercard's Priceless...