Tuesday February 18, 2020

Awards recognise the best in the franchise business

The franchise industry provides a massive contribution to the Irish economy with a turnover of circa €1 billion while 30,000 people are employed full time in the sector

14th October, 2018
David Killeen, chairman of the Irish Franchise Association

The Irish Franchise Association had its annual awards ceremony on Friday, September 28, in Clontarf Castle Hotel. The awards are one of the longest-running business awards in the country. This year was the 23rd consecutive event.

The franchise industry provides a massive contribution to the Irish economy with a turnover of circa €1 billion while 30,000 people are employed full time in the sector. The annual awards ceremony aims to highlight the positives of the sector...

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