A Look at Provincial Legislation for Protecting Franchisees: Ontario

In our ongoing series exploring the various franchising laws in Canada, we’ve thus far looked at the franchising legislation of Alberta, British Columbia and Manitoba. These are three of the six provinces within Canada that have legislation specific to franchises. This month, we’ll ch[...] Read more...

What Do Franchise Area Developers Do?

A franchise area developer’s role is to introduce the franchise into a larger region than just a standard franchise territory.

Franchise area developers agree to develop multiple units, so sometimes they are also referred to as multi-unit developers. These franchisees have to sign t[...] Read more...

What you Need to Know About Mobile Franchises in Canada

Not everyone who wants to own a business wants to be confined to a building or store. Sometimes it’s preferable to be able to go to the customers instead. That’s where mobile franchising comes into play.

Known for low startup fees, mobile franchises allow you to make your own [...] Read more...

A Look at Provincial Legislation for Protecting Franchisees: Manitoba

So far, we’ve looked at overviews of the franchising legislation of Alberta and British Columbia. These are two of the six provinces within Canada that have legislation specific to franchises. This month, we’ll explore Manitoba’s franchising law.

The other three province[...] Read more...

The Ins and Outs of Franchise Marketing

Franchise marketing fulfills the goal of building a strong brand for the good of all franchise locations. Because the advertising is meant to promote a brand rather than one single location, all franchisees in the system, as well as the parent company, have to convey a consistent message to poten[...] Read more...