The International Franchise Expo for 2012 is completed! The event was for anyone who is interested in franchising their business. The International Franchise Expo 2012 offered information about how to franchise, what it takes to own a franchise and gave franchisors the opportunity to meet fellow franchisors to get some insight as to running their business. Franchisors and franchisees who attended the The International Franchise Expo in 2012 got the chance to meet people in the business of franchising and get answers to their questions. The International Franchise Expo for 2012 took place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Gauteng.
If you are an established franchise or have a new business concept, then IFE 2012 is where you should be exhibiting and franchising your ultimate goal. As an established franchise, IFE 2012 offers you the platform to showcase your success as a brand and network with quality visitors who could become viable franchisees. As a new concept, you need to align yourself with the only small business association that matters – the Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA) who own and manage the International Franchise Expo. With the Consumer Protection Act reflecting the code of ethics that FASA endorses, you need to align yourself with the representative body that can help you grow your concept through the franchise route.
IFE is one of the longest running franchise and business opportunity expos. Under the auspices of the Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA), visitors looking for quality business and franchise opportunities choose IFE as their exhibition of choice.
Did you know!
Franchising has fared far better than independent businesses?
Franchising contributes 11.8% to South Africa’s GDP – more than many other sectors like agriculture and manufacturing?
Franchising opportunities span 17 different business sectors, with over 500 franchised systems with a network of almost 30 000 franchisees.
New business trends are the incubators of future big brands and franchising is the stone that causes the ripple effect of small business growth.