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The Franchise Review is the FCA’s official publication and is the pre-eminent journal in the franchise sector. This full-colour journal is published four times a year and features news, issues, case studies, and commentary aimed at increasing the sector’s knowledge base and informing decision-making.

Success Stories

“I was looking at opening my own workshop of some sort and looked at a franchise as well. I chose franchising mainly for the structure. For me it just seemed the perfect fit and I haven’t looked back from buying a franchise.”
Warren D’cruz, Auto Masters multi-unit franchisee
“We bought the first InXpress franchise in Australia and started in our garage at home. We’ve really grown professionally come a long way in the past 10 years and we have the warehouses and the call centre and that sort of thing.”
Jason Hand, Wendy Hand and David Begg, InXpress franchisees
“I had worked a job that required long hours for an average wage, and it was very stressful. I tired of working for and answering to someone else. I wanted to be back in control and missed the training and camaraderie that came with EFM from years gone by. I briefly considered going out on my own, but when an opportunity came up to buy an EFM franchise that was just missing a little TLC, it was a no-brainer to come back.”
Jason Heshusius, EFM franchisee

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FCA Media Releases

FCA welcomes new Qld commercial leasing changes

28 May 2020

The Franchise Council of Australia has welcomed the Queensland Government’s implementation of the national commercial leasing code, saying the state sets out the most balanced and fair playing field for small businesses and franchisees in the country.

Australian franchising welcomes ACCC rent relief ruling

20 May 2020

The ACCC decision to allow tenants to collectively bargain with landlords if they’ve been adversely affected by COVID-19 has been welcomed by the Franchise Council of Australia (FCA).

A win for restaurants and food franchises

12 May 2020

The Franchise Council of Australia is pleased that dominant food home delivery platform, Uber Eats has taken steps to reduce some fees it charges struggling local restaurants, to help during the COVID-19 crisis.