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Canadian Franchise Association Announces 2016 Franchisees’ Choice Designees

The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) (www.cfa.ca) announced the recipients of the 2016 Franchisees’ Choice Designation last night at a gala awards presentation during the 25th annual CFA National Convention in Ottawa, Ontario.
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Little Kickers Scores a Hat Trick!

Children’s soccer franchise celebrates third consecutive Grand Prize win in Canadian Franchise Association Awards of Excellence in Franchising
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Canadian Franchise Association Announces Winners of the 2016 CFA Recognition Awards

The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) has announced April 19 to be Franchise Awareness Day to raise awareness about a business model that contributes over $68 billion annually to Canada’s economy, employs one in every 14 working Canadians, and helps aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of business ownership.
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Canadian Franchise Association Declares April 19, 2016 National Franchise Awareness Day

The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) has announced April 19 to be Franchise Awareness Day to raise awareness about a business model that contributes over $68 billion annually to Canada’s economy, employs one in every 14 working Canadians, and helps aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of business ownership.
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Franchises Provide Stability for Self Starters

In an age of economic uncertainty, Canadians are turning to entrepreneurship through franchising to be in business for themselves, without being by themselves.
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The Franchise Show catalyst for entrepreneurs under 30 seeking opportunities to be the boss

Build a strong business model and millennials will come. This has proven to be the case for the Canadian franchise industry over the past few years. With the franchise industry paving the way for millennials (defined as anyone under 30 years old) looking to break into the entrepreneurial circuit, more than 30 per cent of prospective franchisees are under the age of 35, meaning most are considered millennials, according to an attendee survey from The Franchise Show, the official show of the Canad
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Franchising 101 Explained at The Franchise Show in Calgary

Discover what’s new, innovative and next in the world of franchising at The Franchise Show in Calgary February 6-7 at the Big Four Centre.
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Millennials turn to franchises for business opportunities

Millennials with an entrepreneurial bent are choosing franchises as an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of business without having to reinvent the wheel. Jose Miguel Aguila was just 24 when he opened his first Booster Juice location in a Toronto suburb as a franchisee. Now 27, he own three locations across the Greater Toronto Area.
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Millennials Find Success in Franchising

With many new graduates struggling to find traditional employment, it’s no surprise that more and more young people are looking to become franchise business owners. In fact, based on data collected from franchise searches on LookforaFranchise.ca and on-site surveys from The Franchise Show, 30 per cent of prospective franchisees are between the ages of 18 and 34, making millennials the second largest age group looking for franchises in Canada.
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Little Kickers Wins Grand Prize in 2015 Canadian Franchise Association Awards of Excellence in Franchising

The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) (www.cfa.ca) is pleased to announce that Little Kickers is the Grand Prize winner of the 2015 CFA Awards of Excellence in Franchising. Considered the pinnacle of franchise achievement in Canada and the highest recognition a franchise system can receive from CFA, the CFA Awards of Excellence in Franchising are given annually to franchise systems that have demonstrated the strongest, most mutually rewarding relationships with franchisees.
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