British Franchise Association offers seminars for both potential franchisees and franchisors
The British Franchise Association (bfa) is continuing to offer a series of seminars and workshops around the UK each month for those interested in franchising. Depending on the participants’ needs, it has organized a number of workshops for potential franchisees as well as for franchisors.
Those interested in becoming a franchisee should note the dates of the workshops being held in May and June. According to information provided by the bfa on its website, its prospective franchisee workshops are being held in Bristol on 29th May and in Leeds on 19th June. A number of experts have been invited to take part in these events to help the participants discover whether franchising is the right kind of business for them. They are also given an insight into the world of franchising to help them on their way to joining a franchise network.
One-day workshops have also been organized for prospective franchisors, namely on 28th May 2008 in Bristol and on 18th June in Leeds. The aim of these workshops is to help business owners discover whether franchising is the right method for expanding their business. Furthermore, they go into detail about how to run a successful franchise network and discuss the franchisor-franchisee business relationship.
Those interested in learning more about the workshops or in booking a place on them should visit the British Franchise Association’s website at www.thebfa.org.