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Franchize Consultants Get Award Again

Franchize Consultants Named Service Provider of the Year Again

Franchize Consultants (NZ) Ltd, the specialist franchising and licensing consulting and training organisation, added the Westpac Franchise Association of New Zealand 2008 Service Provider of the Year Award to their 2006 win of same.

Franchize Consultants provides consulting and training services predominantly to businesses exploring or operating franchising or licensing networks. Their services for businesses exploring franchising include concept development, franchise strategy, franchise system design, systemisation and documentation, franchise marketing and training. Key services for existing franchising or licensing networks include franchise system reviews, system and performance improvement, turn around and crisis management, merger acquisition support, and franchise executive training. Training courses include franchising a business, managing an existing franchise/licence network, effective field support, and buying a franchise business.

Franchize Consultants was founded in 1989 and is New Zealand largest specialist franchising and licensing consultancy. The Franchize Consultants team of nine consultants comprises extensive franchise executive experience backed by graduate and post graduate qualifications. In turn, the company has been employed by many leading New Zealand and overseas franchise brands.

Franchize Consultants are based in Auckland and Christchurch and work with businesses throughout New Zealand and in Australia.


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