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Find your best fit at FLAsia today and feel free to engage in conversation with our exhibitors.
 
 
Pre-registrants
For pre-registered visitors, please present your Registration Code (as given upon confirmation
of your online registration; also found on the top right of this mail) at the Registration Counter
in exchange for your Visitor Badge. A separate line for pre-registrants ensures minimum
wait time before entering the exhibition hall.
 
International Conference & Roundtable Sessions
Brain-storm, discuss and share best practices and advice concerning the challenges and opportunities arising from running a franchise business!
Roundtable Topics include:
• Branding Strategies
• Franchisee Buy-In
• Franchisee Coaching
• Intellectual Property
• International Expansion
• Negotiating a Franchise Agreement
Registration Fees:
Conference & Workshop: S$909.50 nett
Conference Only: S$642 nett
Workshop Only: S$374.50 nett

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On-site sign ups open. Head down to the Registration Counter located at Level 4 Lotus Room 4D & E, Marina Bay Sands Singapore. 30 & 31 October, from 9.00am. Payment by cash and credit card only.
 
 
Day 2 : Educational Franchise & Legal Talks
11.30am - 12.30pm
  Is Franchising for Me? Understanding the Basics
about Franchising

Gan Choon Beng, Partner
Infinitus Law Corporation

Franchising is a powerful and proven strategy for growth in many types of businesses. If you are a business owner thinking about growing your business, have you considered franchising as your growth strategy? If you want to start your own business but do not know how, have you considered buying a franchise?

Learn all you need to know about the basics of franchising.
- How Franchising Works
- The Pros and Cons of Franchising
- How to Create a Successful Franchise
- What Franchisees should look for in a Franchise
1.30pm - 2.30pm
  Trademarks in Franchising
Max Ng, Managing Director
Gateway Law Corporation

Having a deeper understanding of how trademarks go hand-in-hand with the franchise, and your rights and obligations with respect to the franchisor's trademarks is valuable to the long-term sustainability and success of your franchise. This session aims to go through these rights and obligations, and also provide a basic understanding on the law of trade marks, IP valuation for companies, and the overall importance of IP management.
 
2.30pm - 3.30pm
  How Franchise Systems And Offerings Have Changed
Over The Years

Gary Loh, Director
PurpleClay Consulting Pte Ltd

Franchise systems and franchisors' offerings have changed over the years. Franchise systems in the early 2000s – based on established track records, stable revenue streams, proven concepts – have given way to a new wave of franchisors with little track record and riding on waves of euphoria and hype.

Find out how this change has impacted the industry and what you should take note of in this ever changing and volatile franchise industry.
 
3.30pm - 4.30pm
  Franchising Laws 101
Joyce Ang, Partner
Bird & Bird ATMD

Joyce will be talking about the following topics:
- Legal requirements which affect franchise relationships
- Key components in a franchising agreement
- Intellectual property laws in the context
 
4.30pm - 5.30pm
  What You Should Know Before Buying A Franchise
Tan Hui Min, Senior Consultant
FT Consulting Pte Ltd

Many people may have been attracted to buying a franchise at one point or another as a way to fulfil their aspiration to be a business owner. Indeed, when there is the right match between franchisor and franchisee, it can be a mutually beneficial and rewarding relationship. Targeted at individuals thinking of buying into a franchise, this talk will help to shed light on the general principles on what franchisors look out for in selecting franchisees and what mind-set to have as one considers investing into a franchise.
 
 
 
*Admission Policy: Open to Business / Trade Visitors, and Individuals Seeking Business and Investment Opportunities. Minors below the age of 16, whether accompanied or not, will not be permitted entry.
Dress Code:
All visitors are requested to be in business shirts or collared t-shirts, paired with appropriate long pants. Jackets are not necessary. Dresses, skirts or trousers are recommended for ladies. Kindly be advised that singlets, shorts, bermudas, sandals and slippers are not permitted in the exhibition.
#Parking Information: Available only on 29 & 30 October 2015. Details at: www.FranchiseLicenseAsia.com/parking-charges
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