Australia: Franchising Consultative Committee (FCC) seeks new members
Franchising: Legal update
Last Updated: 2 March 2010

The FCC was established by the ACCC to provide a forum to consider trade practices concerns relating to the franchising sector and other franchising issues that could be addressed collaboratively. Expressions of interest are currently being sought for appointment to the FCC. Appointment to the FCC is at the discretion of the ACCC and members typically hold office for a period of two years. Current members include franchisees, master franchisees, industry associations with a particular interest in franchising, franchise consulting businesses and academics.

Members of the FCC are expected to provide input relating to:

  • issues and processes affecting the franchising sector
  • emerging issues or market developments concerning franchisees
  • information dissemination strategies and external networks available to enhance communication with the franchising community and
  • issues are requested by the ACCC.

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