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Click on the country below to find your national Franchise or Franchisee Association

Australia,Canada, Europe,International,Ireland,New Zealand,South Africa, UK,USA


Franchise Council of Australia

Franchise Council of Australia Limited (FCA) is the peak body for the $128 billion franchise sector in Australia, representing franchisees, franchisors and service providers to the sector.

Franchisees Association of Australia

The Franchisees Association of Australia Incorporated (FAAI) is a not-for-profit incorporated association which exclusively represents the interests of franchisees.



Canadian Franchise Association

With almost 500 corporate members nation-wide, representing many of Canada's best-known brands, the Canadian Franchise Association is the national voice of franchising in Canada.



The European Franchise Federation

The EFF is a non-for-profit membership organisation that federates the legally constituted, independent and representative national franchise associations from countries in Europe.



The International Franchise Association

Celebrating 50 years of excellence, education and advocacy, the International Franchise Association is the world's oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide.

World Franchise Council

The World Franchise Council is an amicable, non-political association of National Franchise Associations around the world.



The Irish Franchise Association

The declared objective of the Irish Franchise Association is to protect and further the interests of properly constructed franchising companies and by these means to establish and maintain a clear definition of ethical franchising standards to assist members of the public, press, potential investors and government bodies in differentiating between sound business opportunities and any suspect investment.


New Zealand

Franchise Association of New Zealand

The Franchise Association of New Zealand was founded to bring together members of the franchise community to share information and experiences, set standards and promote best practice in franchising. Membership is open to franchisors, franchisees, and master franchisees as well as professional advisors or individuals with an interest in franchising.


South Africa

The Franchise Association of South Africa

FASA's primary role is to define the business of franchising and ensure that all parties adhere to the franchise business principles adopted and accepted internationally. With franchising universally accepted as one of the most successful business formats, FASA's role is to continually promote the advantages of franchising both to business entrepreneurs, to prospective franchisees and to the public at large.


United Kingdom

The British Franchise Association

The British Franchise Association (bfa) is the voluntary self regulating governing body for franchising. The UK market encompasses many franchise opportunities and this website will help you to make a more informed choice about which one of those franchises best suits you.

Approved Franchise Association

Approved Franchise Association AFAThe Approved Franchise Association (AFA) is dedicated to promoting the highest standards and provides a fresh approach to supporting the continued success and growth of the Franchise industry.


United States of America

American Association of Franchisees and Dealers

The AAFD is a national non-profit trade association representing the rights and interests of franchisees and independent dealers throughout the United States.

The American Franchisee Association

The American Franchisee Association (AFA) is a national trade association of franchisees and dealers founded in February 1993. The AFA works to improve the industry of franchising while protecting its members' economic investments in their businesses.


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