How can I apply for a franchise outside SA’s borders?

Franchisors that have already extended into African countries will most likely be your best bet. Your first move will be to make a list of franchisors that you wish to make contact with. Franchisors that have already extended into African countries will most likely be your best bet. Contact the franchise development manager and make […]


Franchisors that have already extended into African countries will most likely be your best bet. Your first move will be to make a list of franchisors that you wish to make contact with.

Franchisors that have already extended into African countries will most likely be your best bet.

Contact the franchise development manager and make your enquiries.

A compliant franchisor may extend the license or encourage you to become a master franchisor in the region.With the continuing economic and political uncertainty facing Zimbabwe, you will have to present a solid business to the franchisor.

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