February 2015 Newsletter


Franchise Relations – Building A Solid Foundation

Open communication is the fundamental factor between the franchisor and its franchisees that contributes towards building and encouraging positive franchise relations. As a franchisor there must be a solid foundation that franchise relations can rest upon. Read more…

Kevin Antonie, CEO SA Franchise Brands

Franchise Spotlight Brands

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Captain DoRegos Logo

Gutters On The Go Logo

Jimmys Killer Fish & Chips Logo

Only Rentals Logo

Kumon Logo in blue

Levingers Logo

New Pantone Logo

The Tax Shop Logo

Melissas The Food Shop Logo


Jimmys Grills Logo

CareGivers Logo


Maxprop Logo

Sport For All Logo

Jimmys Prawns Logo

Tengizak Logo

Mak Rak Logo


Yale Security Point Logo

Panarottis Logo

New Choprop Logo

Phezulu Logo

Jimmys Pizza Logo

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SA Franchise Brands welcomes the following brands:



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Mike's Kitchen Logo

Powerflow Exhausts Logo

MSC Business College Logo


WizMix Logo

Loft-E-Ladder Logo


10 reasons to exhibit at the International Franchise Expo 16 – 18th april 2015

If you are a franchisor or have a unique business opportunity, then the International Franchise Expo, which takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre from the 16 – 18th April 2015, is a not-to-be-missed event that will platform your product or service to a wide range of interested people. Here are some reasons to exhibit:  Read more…


Hugely successful Domino’s Pizza SA launch

The introduction of Domino’s Pizza to the South African market in October 2014 broke several sales records in the first full week of trade, with sales at the first four stores more than exceeding expectations. Rivonia, the largest of these four stores, served more than 3 000 pizza fans over 5 000 pizzas in the first week, and sales momentum across all four stores has continued into the New Year. Read more…


Sandwich Baron success story: from kitchen helper to franchise owner

Many people who start out in a business know that opportunities for growth simply don’t fall out of the sky. They don’t magically appear; ready to transform someone’s career. For most working people who are growing their career, success is achieved one step at a time. Zoleka Msomi, new owner of the Sandwich Baron Tuck Shop at Reddford House School, The Hills, knows full well what it takes to start from the bottom and work her way up.  Read more…

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The Tax Shop welcomes new Franchisees

The Tax Shop is pleased to report that our new franchisee training was successfully completed last week and that the following franchise outlets are now open for business: Tax Shop Centurion (North-East); Tax Shop Centurion (West) & Pretoria (West); Tax Shop Johannesburg (South-Central); Tax Shop Wellington.  Read more…


Percolated to perfection

Wiesenhof’s Kobus Wiese on why the personal touch is so important when building customer loyalty.
When Kobus Wiese and his wife Belinda bought their first coffee shop in 1996, they had no plans to franchise the business, and they knew nothing about running a restaurant.  Read more…

Exploring a franchise opportunity? 5 Key questions to ask

Enjoy your exciting exploration of franchising and keep an open mind as you discover the possibilities.
A franchise lets people experience the freedom of business ownership with the security of operating with a proven business model.
A prospective franchisee learns more about this financial operation and embarks on a discovery process.  Read more…


Delivering on brand promise

The secret to an enduring brand, customer loyalty and great profits is all in the execution. Panarottis COO Tyrone Herdman-Grant weighs in.
In 2013, after more than two decades in the market, popular family pizza pasta chain Panarottis embarked on a brand revamp.
The reason behind the investment, from both franchisees and the franchisor, was simple:  Read more…


Customer satisfaction guaranteed

Lessons from Sorbet’s founders on getting customers to come back for more… and more… and more.
When Ian Fuhr and Rudi Rudolph launched Sorbet in 2004, they wanted to open a beauty chain with a difference.
They wanted to create a brand that was synonymous with excellent treatments, outstanding service and top-class products. Read more…