This range of New Zealand franchise agreements cover businesses engaged in the food industry, selling a range of goods, or selling a service.
When you buy a New Zealand franchise you buy a business that is part of an existing chain of businesses. You, the "franchisee", will have the use of the franchise source's intellectual property - for example, a trademark or brand name together with know-how and other ideas - and the chance to sell a reliable product or service. You'll have the support of a franchisor who will already have experienced success in the business and will have advertising resources that would be beyond a sole trader starting up an entirely new business. In return for this you pay fees to the franchisor.
Typically a franchise has the following elements:
This is a New Zealand focused Franchise Agreement for a restaurant, cafe or other food retail business. It is comprehensive enough to be used by the largest multinational restaurant franchises.
This franchise agreement is for a business that sells goods. New Zealand focused agreement.
This New Zealand focused Franchise Agreement is for a business that predominantly sells a service to the end customer.
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