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Nick Hall

Nick is business journalist at Octomedia, working on Inside Franchise Business.
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4 franchise fails; What not to do when buying a franchise


For new business owners, franchising can be a great way to kickstart operations, but like all ventures, there is no certainty for success. Pitfalls do exist, so it’s important to

“Insulting” – Facebook bans Bakers Delight’s Pink Bun campaign


Breast cancer survivors are taking aim at Facebook, after the social media giant banned franchise chain, Bakers Delight’s Pink Bun campaign. As part of Bakers Delight’s ongoing partnership with the

$50m food and dining precinct announced at Watergardens


The Melbourne foodie scene is set to bolster yet again, with the announcement of The Marketplace at Watergardens. Construction at the $50m food and dining precinct in Taylor’s Lakes has

Domino’s new technology roll out, Denmark booms


Domino’s Australia and New Zealand CEO, Nick Knight has revealed that the Domino’s new technology innovation, Pizza Checker will be rolled-out network-wide next week. The camera that sits above the store bench,

4 franchise rebrands and what they mean


Rebranding is often looked at as a marketing tactic to attract more visitors, but more often than not, a franchise rebrand marks the modernisation of a growing business. Whether it’s a

What a Morrison Government means for franchising


With the dust still settling on an unprecedented Coalition victory in Saturday’s federal election, attention is quickly turning to small business reform. So, what can the sector expect from the

JUMP! Swim Schools goes into voluntary administration


Swim Loops Pty Ltd, the entity in charge of embattled children’s franchise JUMP! Swim Schools has gone into voluntary administration. After a horror 12 months that has seen the brand

Failed Burger Edge franchisees ordered to pay over $100,000


The owners of a failed Burger Edge franchise in Brisbane have been ordered to pay more than $100,000, a magistrate’s court has ruled. Franchisees Campbell Swinton and John Thompson purchased

3 signs your business has franchise brand value


In Australia and indeed the world, franchising has become big business. The McDonald’s and Starbucks effect has changed the way consumers interact with an operation, but aside from just good

JAX Tyres unveils industry-firsts, hints at international growth


Heritage Australian automotive franchise, JAX Tyres has unveiled a series of industry-firsts aimed at future-proofing its franchisee network. The new strategy sees the brand roll-out charging stations, announce new growth