Posts Tagged ‘Kendal Tyre’

Libya: First U.S. Franchise Opens in Country

Franchising in Africa gains popularity asU.S.-based baked goods chain Cinnabon became the first U.S. franchise to open a store in Libya and joins other foreign franchisors entering the country.

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Indonesia: Law 24 Language Requirement Impacts Franchisors

Provided by Kendal Tyre and Diana Vilmenay: Law 24 mandate of Indonesian translations provides extra burden for foreign franchisors.

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Africa: Market Potential for Franchising in Africa

Provided by Kendal Tyre and Diana Vilmenay: Several countries have the market size, growth, opportunities, and developing laws to support franchising in Africa.

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South Africa: Black Economic Empowerment Considerations for Foreign Investors

Provided by Taswell Papier (ENS) and Kendal Tyre (NP): The South African government has adopted meaningful strategies to include the majority of South Africans in its economy. One such strategy is BEE.

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Africa: A Continent Rich With Franchising Opportunities

Provided by Kendal Tyre and Diana Vilmenay: Franchising in Africa has emerged as a vital tool for economic development and for entrepreneurs seeking new business ventures on the continent.

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Egypt: Franchising Sector Receives Financial Boost

In an effort to further boost franchising in Africa, the African Development Bank financed Egypt’s Franchising Sector Support Program with U.S. $40 million.

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Tunisia: New Franchise Legal Regime

Franchising in Africa continues to evolve. Recent changes to the Tunisian franchise laws, will force franchisors to review and audit their agreements and practices to ensure compliance.

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Vietnam: Franchise Laws Promote Increased Franchising Activity

Provided by Kendal Tyre and Diana Vilmenay: Franchising in Vietnam has steadily increased in recent years and the passage of several franchise laws and decrees have cleared the way for even more growth.

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