The Franchising World - May 2010 Issue
Results 1 - 14 of about 14 for Magazine
Many independent owners in the brokerage industry had to bear the brunt of the economic recession resulting in declining of stock prices coupled with high intraday volatility. To weather the storm, many small brokers had to switch their businesses from independent to franchised ones.
With brokerage becoming all the more attractive, banks are either venturing into the brokerage sector directly or through a strategic tie-up. In order to check out why banks are turning into brokers, TFW delves into detail to find out reasons behind the same.
Real estate brokerage market is upsurge as realty market trends advance the lucrative housing market in tier I and tier II cities. Time has never been perfect for international brokerage firms who intend to expand through franchising.
INTERNET has changed our lives and redefined the way we do business. It has opened up a plethora of opportunities in the brokerage sector, providing the customer with many options to choose from. The ability of the broker to attract new clients will depend upon their ability
The worst seems to be over for the real estate market across the world. With firms once again set to explore foreign shores and investors cushioning up against the long-drawn bearish phase, the international realty industry is gearing up for some big growth.
‘Mama Mia! Gelato’, the fat free authentic Italian gelato ice cream, is the brain child of CEO Natasha Aggarwal Roy. In an interview, Natasha talks about her plans and her venture, the challenges she faced in the process and her yearning to spread the gelato culture pan India.
Ohana Hospitality, a renowned name in hospitality business in eastern India, recently launched its first fast food joint named YaYa's (young & young adults). Targeting a faster and easier expansion via franchising, Chayan Bhattacharjee, CEO, Ohana Group, tells us the details.
Dhananjai Apparels has created its own niche in the market through a strong marketing presence and firm positioning of its retail venture, E-Teenz. The company is now expanding across India through a well-established franchise network, and Ansul Agarwal, MD, Dhananjai Apparels shares his vision.
INDIA'S entrepreneurial landscape offers an interesting mix in various businesses. If on one hand, there is a tea stall owner or a vegetable vendor or a hawker who has been forced into entrepreneurship due to lack of better opportunities
To bridge the gap between increasing demand and lack of proper avenues in the management education sector, Shahani Group has entered the arena with its Centre for Management. Akhil Shahani, Director, Centre for Management, talks about the initiative.
To fill the gap between the expectations of the employer and the skilled workforce, i360 entrepreneurs embarked upon this mission through their vocational training institute. Deepanshu Khurana, CEO, i360 Staffing & Training Solutions, shares his experience of entry into vocational training sector and its expansion.