Business franchising is more popular than ever in Australia, it’s a smart way to capitalise from all your hard work to date and a way of growing your business and putting it in front of more consumers. However, business agreements and contracts which involve franchising should always be reviewed or drafted by a legal professional. These transactions can often be tricky and you want to protect yourself from any possible disputes in the future.

To help you do this, we’ve created the below infographic from our OHL White Pages series which can act as a guide for those who want more info on the topic.

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