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Minister for Corrective Services; Small Business
Franchising inquiry background paper released today
18/12/2007 1:11 PM
The background paper for the State Government’s Inquiry into the Operation of Franchise Businesses in Western Australia has been released today.
Small Business Minister Margaret Quirk said the inquiry, announced on November 2, provided an important opportunity to examine fairness in franchising arrangements.
“Although there is no evidence of systemic problems, this inquiry is an opportunity for the State Government to identify areas of concern within the franchising industry and to ascertain whether there is a fair and competitive environment for franchised businesses in WA,” Ms Quirk said.
The Minister is encouraging all interested parties to participate.
The background paper is available from the Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC) website at:
. Details of public hearings will also be posted on this website when available.
Submissions should be made in writing and either mailed, faxed or e-mailed to the SBDC at the following:
Inquiry into the Operation of Franchise Businesses in Western Australia Small Business Development Corporation
By mail: GPO Box C111
PERTH WA 6001
Fax: (08) 9325 3981
The closing date for submissions is February 15
For further information, contact Martin Hasselbacher at SBDC on 9220 0241.
Minister's office - 9213 7000