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How I set my business up for franchising - Matchbox Homewares

Written on the 12 March 2010 by SmartCompany

David and Charles Cohen helped their parents take over Matchbox homewares in 1996 when it was suffering financial difficulties. Since then, the chain has seen solid growth with revenue of $14.8 million during 2008-09. David says much of the growth has been due to the success of a solid franchising effort, and says businesses looking to expand should consider a similar path.

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