Media Statement: Potential Retail Food Group Class Action

Franchise Redress Media Statement Franchise Redress was publicly affiliated with Bannister Law in their Retail Food Group (RFG) investigations into a potential class action on behalf of franchisees. On Monday they announced they will not be continuing these investigations based on the merits of the case. On a number of occasions, RFG franchisees informed us […]

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Franchise Redress: Making a Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry

 A new Inquiry into the operation and effectiveness of the Franchising Code of Conduct has now been announced. The Inquiry comes after large franchise brands were exposed for misconduct such as poor treatment of their franchisees, systemic underpayment, and visa fraud. Current and former franchisees have a unique opportunity to help create real change […]

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5 questions to ask Retail Food Group today

With Retail Food Group ($RFG) announcing their half year results soon, here are 5 questions you should ask them today. Per brand, how many outlets are currently trading in Australia? Globally? How many international Master Franchisee’s for Gloria Jean’s have ceased trading, or changed hands, in the last three years? How many corporate stores are […]

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Franchise Redress to expand Harvey Norman research project

In 2017, Franchise Redress conducted a research project into the Harvey Norman (HVN) franchise network and produced a 27 page report. We are now expanding upon the research project, and publicly calling on anyone who can provide further insights into; the Franchise Agreement, and Disclosure Documents the adherence to, or the relevance of, the Franchising […]

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