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New Zealand franchise sector growing
Written on the 1 December 2010 by Fiona Taylor
The New Zealand franchise sector is growing and maturing, according to new research findings to be released at the New Zealand Franchise Association Gala Awards Dinner last month.
New Zealand franchise sector growth
The findings also show individual franchise businesses are growing in size, with the average number of franchise units per system increasing from 35 to 52 units.
Trans-Tasman franchise similarities and differences
Franchising New Zealand 2010 Co-author Professor Lorelle Frazer from Griffith University said the research revealed some interesting differences and similarities between the New Zealand and Australian franchise sectors.
New Zealand franchises internationally
“Almost a quarter of New Zealand franchisors are franchising internationally, with Australia the most popular destination. This is similar with the Australian sector, with New Zealand also being the most popular destination.”
Franchising New Zealand 2010 support
Franchising New Zealand 2010 was funded by the New Zealand Franchise Association and several New Zealand franchise advisory organisations. The research team also included Asia-Pacific Centre for Franchising Excellence Deputy Director Dr Scott Weaven.
Access the Franchising New Zealand 2010 report
Author: Fiona Taylor