A prospective overhaul of the franchising sector risks becoming ineffective if concerns about dispute resolution are not addressed, experts warn.
Brisbane-based Motto Motto is looking to shake up the market for Japanese food in Australia by focusing on restauraunt quality in a casual dining setting.
Two The Ironing Shop franchisees are facing Federal Court for allegedly underpaying a student employee with wages as low as $8 an hour.
The government has appointed a taskforce to review the Franchising Code of Conduct. So let's take a closer look at how it's faring.
A round of ACCC compliance checks has revealed widespread non-compliance with franchisor regulations in the food services industry.
Both franchisees and franchisors alike will be alarmed and disappointed at the government’s franchising taskforce’s initial approach.
A proposed overhaul of the $182 billion franchising sector is being hotly debated following the release of an issues paper last week.
Independent post offices have welcomed an increase in the price of stamps, although they're waiting to see what effect it would have on volume.
Jump! Swim Schools misled franchisees by promising to set their pools up within 12 months, the ACCC has alleged in court documents.
Retail Food Group faces another possible class action as disgruntled franchisees take aim at the franchisor, claiming they could "take down" the giant.