Are you?

Interested in buying a franchise business?
Interested in owning a tried-and-tested business?
A Business owner or entrepreneurs looking to expand
A university student or college graduate wanting to own a business?
A driven individual looking to build their own financial independence?

The IFE Franchise Indaba features a wide range of franchise workshops and seminars to help you learn about franchising and technology to gain knowledge and insight into the world of franchising.

This event also showcases franchise business opportunities that are for sale, suppliers to the franchise industry and is the place to find out everything to do with acquiring suppliers and buying a franchise business.

Buying an existing business can be costly and one does not always know what to look for.  Speak to franchise consultants and funding advisors who can assist you on how to apply for funding, how to apply to a franchisor and what funding solutions there are available to someone like yourself.

Franchising is without doubt the most successful business mechanism in the modern world. It continues to provide the widest possible entrepreneurial opportunities for people from all walks of life and from all backgrounds.

 

With close to 50% of all retail sales going through the franchise mechanism in the United States, with Western Europe at 30%, Australia at 26% and South Africa at around 12%, franchising’s ability to duplicate successful businesses from a wide range of business sectors is the key to its success across the globe.

Buying a franchise is like getting a pattern for that jumper you like, or that recipe for that “to-die-for-chocolate-cake”. You have in your hands the formula to make things happen, but it’s up to you to activate either the pattern or the recipe. Similarly, a franchisor only provides you with a blueprint for business success – he will give you the tried and tested recipe, but he won’t bake the cake for you.

The first challenge is to choose a business that you can afford, that you enjoy, that gives you the training and know-how, that gives you the support you need and provides the financial return you want.

The second challenge is to take the proven formula for business success and make it work for you. The challenge of a franchise opportunity lies in three vital ingredients – opportunity, means and motivation.

FASA’s IFE Franchise Expo gives visitors the opportunity

FASA’s IFE Franchise Expo gives visitors the opportunity to experience the excitement of franchising as both a consumer and as a prospective franchisee. Franchise brands, across 17 sectors, cross our paths every day – whether in business, lifestyle or leisure.

Understanding the ‘franchise experience’ will give you, as a prospective franchisee a better idea of what franchise to choose.

Franchise Business opportunities to suit all pockets will be on show

From retail supermarkets to fast food brands; from automotive franchises to business-to-business opportunities. Funding and enterprise development projects will be on hand to discuss their BEE respective franchisee initiatives.

Maybe you have an entrepreneurial spirit or perhaps you are a business owner looking to expand, or someone looking to buy a tried-tested-business?  This Franchise Indaba is the place to come and learn, network and to be inspired.

Franchise business opportunities to suit all pockets will be on show – from retail supermarkets to fast food brands; from automotive franchises to business-to-business opportunities. Funding and enterprise development projects will be on hand to discuss their BEE respective franchisee initiatives.

  • Network and connect with your favourite brands.
  • 3 Free to attend Workshops
  • Attend 16+ Free Seminars.
  • Explore and research the latest franchise businesses for sale.
  • Expand your knowledge base in franchising.
  • Explore and try new products launches.

Buy a visitor ticket for R80 per person online
Tickets at the door – R100 per person
and have access to all workshops and seminars
workshops and seminars may be fully booked as seats are limited
and access is based on a first come first served basis.