Franchising Confidence Index
The Franchising Confidence Index is New Zealand’s quarterly survey of franchising business confidence.
Click here for the full the results from the April 2013 Franchising Confidence Index Survey
For a summary of key findings you can also view the following presentation.
Franchising is an important contributor to the New Zealand economy. The Franchising Confidence Index represents participant confidence in key measures critical to the success of franchising in this country. Consequently, we believe the Franchising Confidence Index provides an important statistical indicator within New Zealand’s overall economic outlook.
The Franchising Confidence Index reports on franchisor and specialist service-provider attitudes toward general business conditions, as well as key franchising growth determinants including access to capital, suitable potential franchisees and locations.
The Franchising Confidence Index also reports on franchising health attributes and outcomes by exploring franchisee sales, operating costs and profitability, and franchisee system growth prospects.
The Franchising Confidence Index provides important information on a crucial domain of New Zealand business which despite its contribution is often afforded scant coverage and insufficient attention.
The Franchising Confidence Index, is founded, designed and operated by Franchize Consultants, New Zealand specialists in franchising and licensing networking development.