Spanish Association

To manage their own businesses they imply much more and get great achievements in what you propose. Within the scope of the franchise could not be less and they are thus demonstrating it continuously. They know that in addition to managing his own business, of them it largely depends on the success of its franchisees, and that makes them take still more responsibility and dedication to the business. Also tend to turn to franchising to other women, especially in sectors such as aesthetics or childhood, with what the circle grows increasingly likewise the Association believes that it is not only that the franchise model to succeed and is suitable for women as policy, if not of which there are many already existing franchises who prefer this to continue its expansion. Many businesses are more oriented towards women and this makes from the management of the Ensign, seek more women who want to become franchises to further develop the business. Further details can be found at Coen Brothers, an internet resource. In these cases is usually the man who is relegated to the background, emphasizes Abbey.

Another key by which from the AEF consider that the franchise is also a suitable for women business as franchised is by the fact corroborated and confirmed its success. Being a model whose viability is proven, part of the work is already made and they can get both training and support for the development of the same, it is very appropriate for the entrepreneurial, not only in areas of clear female presence, such as cosmetics or childhood, but also in other sectors that are penetrating decisively women, adds Vallhonrat. For all these reasons the AEF is sure that in the coming years increasingly will be more women who dare to test the opportunity to create an ensign or become a franchisee of an existing one. : We are convinced that will grow the number of females that will be raised this possibility of business as a form of self or of his career have been resolved, they conclude. About the Spanish Association of franchisors the Spanish Association of franchisors (AEF) was founded 15 years ago and is currently composed of 193 partners, whose turnover represents 66% of the volume of business generated by the franchise system in Spain. The AEF objectives are the represent and protect the interests of the franchise in our country, as well as make interlocutor before the Administration and make it known in other markets, through its presence in various fairs of international franchises.

In turn, the AEF is a member of the Iberoamerican franchise Federation (FIAF). Note to journalists: for more information or interview request: SandrNozal – prensa@salviacomunicacion. com Nuria Coronado – nuria@salviacomunicacion. com Tel: 91 657 42 81 journalist and Director of communication