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A golden rule for cutting rental costs


Retail expert Brian Walker shares his thoughts on rental costs. Walker revealed his first Golden Rule of reducing your occupancy costs in a shopping centre – do your research – including every question

Why a chief fun officer could boost productivity


It has long been recognised that all work and no play is likely to lead to less productive, dissatisfied workers. As far back as the 1930s, management researchers such as

Can employers ask staff to work in smoky air?


Amid thick bushfire smoke in cities including Canberra and Melbourne, employers need to consider their legal obligations. Some have directed their workers not to turn up in order to avoid

InXpress: why bootcamp is just the beginning


Initial training is crucial for every franchisee and for this business-to-business freight and logistics service there is a focus on instilling business confidence early on. Business confidence is particularly important to

Should I fund my franchisees?


In an economic environment where many potential franchisees are struggling to raise the funds to invest in a franchise, some franchisors are wondering if they should now be offering to

How to achieve a high franchise rating


Take a quick look at what it takes to reach a high franchise rating. Australia has for many years lacked a universal and objective way to address and promote franchise

Does your brand reflect your business identity?


Looking for a new brand? Perhaps you have one already and are considering a rebrand? Be careful, there are a lot of decisions to be made, time to be expended,

5 ways to avoid a franchise agreement fail


What could possibly go wrong? How to ensure you don’t set yourself up for trouble when setting up or amending your franchise agreement. As a franchisor, when drafting or amending your

What is the cost of poor franchisee recruitment?


What does it cost to get franchisee recruitment wrong? The answer is A LOT. At its most extreme, a franchise recruitment decision gone wrong, can cost a franchise system its

First crucial step to cutting rental costs


A neurotic is a man who builds a castle in the air. A psychotic is the man who lives in it. A psychiatrist is the man who collects the rent.