The concerns of travel franchisees

Evans, Richard
August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/11/2006, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports on the condition of the travel agent franchise business in Australia. According to a study conducted by Sensis Corp., travel agent franchisees are losing confidence in the market, however, the author reports that franchising is growing in sales and profits compared to other small and medium enterprise market. Moreover, franchisee confidence is high, but agents are only concerned with the growing competition in the future trading periods.


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