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QLD Roundtable 17/09/2015

Lessons learnt from my first 20 Franchisees

This session is going to hold nothing but the truth.  The ups, the downs, the good and the bad it will have it all.  Warren Ballantyne has been in franchising for 20 years and in this limited seats session, he will share what he has learnt in those 20 years, especially from those first 20 franchisees. 

Get the opportunity to ask questions, discuss and brainstorm your franchise business and to learn the things that will fast-track your success . plus those things you should avoid!   Warren is well known in the franchising community and is our current Queensland FCA State Chapter President. This session is perfect for Franchisors new and old to gain new insights and tips for success that can be implemented right away.

Date: Thursday 17 September 2015
Time: 7.30am - 9.00am
Facilitator: Warren Ballantyne, Founder, Gutter-Vac
Venue: Gutter-Vac Head Office, 50 Mawarra Street, Albion, QLD

Venue: Queensland
Starting: 7:30 AM
Thursday 17th September 2015
Ending: 9:00 AM
Phone Enquiries: 1300 669 030

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