1.2 billion people and an emerging middle class are just two good reasons for franchisors to take a second look at India. In December, a second franchise trade mission visited Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru.
Belgium’s central location in the wealthy region of Europe makes it a natural as an entryway into the region. It’s also viewed as a test market because it contains separate socio-demographic groups.
Malaysia went from being ranked 16th in ease of doing business by the World Bank in 2013 to 6th in the latest findings.
The Philippines has the second largest number of Certified Franchise Executives (CFEs), a designation by the International Franchise Association.
Success in Brazil requires boots-on-the-ground knowledge of the regulatory and business environments.
We may share a border with Canada and a language, but there are some subtle differences that wise franchisors should note. Here’s the 411 to consider.
Thailand is the second largest economy in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, after Indonesia. But if you plan to do business there, here’s what else you need to know.