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Launch of New Pilot Project for  Indigenous Queenslanders

The landmark project seeks to create a pathway for suitably qualified Indigenous persons to transition to small business ownership via the franchise sector. The ‘Franchise Model Evaluation and Pilot Program for Advancing Indigenous Business Initiative’ project is being undertaken by The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) Business School in conjunction with FranchiseED with support from the Queensland Government.  Learn more

Contributing to the building of a sustainable franchise sector

FranchiseED (previously ‘Asia-Pacific Centre for Franchising Excellence’) was created to help people like you find independent information and research on franchising.  FranchiseED is a Not for Profit which provides services to the franchise sector to provide education to encourage best practice. The social enterprise goal of FranchiseED is to use the strength and size of the franchise sector for the social good and to educate, employ and improve the lives of socially and economically disadvantaged groups within the Australian community and abroad.

 

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