Elite Franchise Magazine

Elite Franchise October 2019 

Elite Franchise October 2019

Our lead this month is on Rob Deutsch, Founder of F45 which is ready and fit for purpose in the UK. Making the move from equities trading to setting-up a network of health clubs isn’t the most obvious of career progressions. But F45 founder, Rob Deutsch, did it. Rob explains to Elite Franchise why and how.

A wise person once said: “Tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today!” There is much to be said for taking time out of your business to work on the business. Before we know it 2020 and the new year will be upon us and for those franchisees who do plan ahead says James Thomas on behalf of D& T chartered accountants.

Elsewhere we spoke to Paul Formby , from SAS Daniels and howWinding up a business is never easy, but when you’re winding up a franchise business, a whole set of issues comes into place that wouldn’t necessarily arise with a ‘non-franchise’ company.

Finally Fiona Boswell partner and head of franchising at Fraser Brown Solicitors highlights that when taking on a franchise the focus tends to be on the franchise agreement, however for franchises operated from premises a key part of the process is taking on a lease, Fiona highlights the nuances of this process for the beginner.

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