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Franchising 2012: Promoting commercial excellence for lasting effect

Most of the support for the franchising sector comes from the Irish Franchise Association (IFA), a voluntary organisation run by members of the franchise community for the sector.

21st April, 2012
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Tom Shanahan, executive director, Irish Franchising Association, and David Killeen, chairman.

Most of the support for the franchising sector comes from the Irish Franchise Association (IFA), which is a voluntary organisation run by members of the franchise community for the franchise sector.

"The IFA's mission is to develop and promote best practice franchising in Ireland and create an environment within which ethical franchising can grow," said David Killeen, chairman of the IFA.

Killeen said local Enterprise Boards were restricted with regards to the support they could...

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