The British Franchise Association (bfa) is the voluntary self-regulatory body for the UK franchise sector. Franchise businesses must pass a standards-based accreditation before they can become a bfa member. The Association promotes ethical franchising practice in the UK and helps the industry develop credibility, influence and favourable circumstance for growth.

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    David and Dayna Clarence are a classic example of how the Rainbow model can succeed. The husband and wife team have taken turnover to nearly £1m and are employing 10 staff. They now run six franchise areas.

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