Elite Franchise Magazine

Elite Franchise February 2017

With the markets in turmoil, you can’t be blamed for wanting some good news. Fortunately, Elite Franchise’s latest issue is packed with uplifting and inspiring stories sure to brighten your day.

In our cover interview we reveal how Hugh Man and his friends noticed how sellers in the second-hand-entertainment space always seemed to get the raw end of the deal. Eager to do something about it, they launched CeX. And today the franchise has over 550 stores across the world eager to provide the best deal for sellers and customers alike.

While it's always sad to see franchisees fail, it can still be a positive if you learn something from the experience. Recognising this, we asked three franchisors to reveal why they’d had to let franchisees go and how it helped them improve their business.

Finally we unpack the story of how Freddie Rayner used franchising to recover from a low point in his life and make his domestic-cleaning franchise Time For You a global success. 

Now that should turn your frown upside down.

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