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Issue 52 November/December 2016




Itís amazing to think that our next issue will be dated 2017! 2016 was a good year for the franchise industry and SA Franchise Warehouse for two important reasons. The first being The Jobs Fund agreeing to restructure their grant funding terms wh... Read more



 

Is your business holiday ready?
The holiday season means different things to different business owners ó while some experience a slow season, others encounter a surge in productivity and profits...


Building effective teams
How employers can turn the tide on the employee engagement epidemic invading workplaces across the globe...


Is your Trade Mark protected?
A recent ruling by the Federal Court of Australia in the Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America (WILD GEESE) case updated the position of actual control over the use of a trade mark by a licensee...


SPAR embraces transformation
SPAR will be joining forces with the National Treasury and its Jobs Fund initiative to fast track black enterprise development amongst its brands...


The human face of franchising
While the franchise agreement is an essential component of the franchisor/franchisee partnership, legal agreements do not guarantee mutually productive relationships...

 
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Leveraging the passion and talent within your workforce
Ever stopped to think about just how valuable the people in your workforce are? Ian Fuhr, CEO of Sorbet, is an example of someone who invests in employees.


Evaluating business goodwill
Business goodwill reflects the synergy among the various assets employed by the business to produce income.


#BuyaBusiness Expo update
SAís leading franchising and business opportunities event signs up millions in new deals.


An industry with staying power
The Franchise Association of South Africaís fourth independent survey, sponsored by Sanlam, confirms the tenacity of the franchise sector.


Franchising is also hard work
Many people believe that, if you buy a franchise, all you need to do is arrive in the morning, open the business and start making a profit.


5 Business insurance tips for small companies
Nkejane Mofokeng, Underwriter at SHA Specialist Underwriters, offers guidelines for emerging business owners on how to ensure the appropriate insurance is in place.


10 Start-up pitfalls young entrepreneurs should avoid
Starting and growing a business is a potentially enriching career path for a young person to choose, not only financially, but also mentally and socially.


How constructive feedback can take your business to the next level
Nashua Brand Marketing Manager, Jessica Midlane, shares how constructive feedback can take business to the next level.


5 Tips for landing your first client
Gugu Mjadu, spokesperson for the 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year® competition offers advice for young start-up entrepreneurs.


Marketing for success
As much as selling is considered to be the lifeblood of a enterprise, marketing is without a doubt the heart pump that produces the income which transforms the business.


 

 
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