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Franchise Wire Celebrates 500 Franchise Releases

Franchise Wire Celebrates 500 Franchise News Press Releases

March 8, 2006 - Franchise Wire ( – the franchise press newswire and distribution service – celebrates the publication of 500 franchise news press releases.

The Franchise Wire news wire service was launched in May 2005 with the joint objectives of providing (i) franchise companies, regardless of size, with the ability to gain highly focused news exposure and (ii) journalists with a source for breaking franchising news.

From establishment, has exceeded targets for news content volume, number of registered contributors and participating companies. The site has so far registered more than 250 contributors and 200 companies from around the world. Franchise news stories have been published relating to Australia, Canada, France, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States.

News stories published reflect the pervasiveness of franchising with press releases representing more than 53 industry sub-sectors, ranging from Accounting to Automotive Services, Ice Cream to the Internet, Real Estate to Restaurants, and Video Rental to Vitamin stores. Companies utilising the service include some of the world’s largest franchising organizations and owners, including Cendant, Century 21, Service Brands and Roark Capital Group.

Franchise Wire publishes franchise company news issued direct by franchise companies. The site ( then enables journalists, commentators and other visitors to search company news by date, company, industry and country. Franchise Wire also provides a free weekly newsletter and an RSS news feed that can be added to My Yahoo! or any other news aggregator.


Franchise Wire is a specialist franchising newswire service owned and managed by Franchisefind Ltd. Franchisefind Ltd is a New Zealand-based company dedicated to the provision of quality franchising information. Franchisefind Ltd also operates Franchise Chat (, a leading world franchising news, discussion and information portal established in 1999.

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Interlogica (NZ) Ltd

Interlogica Ltd designed the software required to run Established by Alastair Floyd, Interlogica addressed the need for a concise and powerful solution that enables quality news and press sites to accept contributions from members worldwide for review and publishing by an editorial team.

Now entering its third year in Internet business, Interlogica (NZ) Ltd was founded as a web application development and professional business services company.

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