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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  • Daniel Slifkin
    Bar Sports Franchise UK Ltd - Franchisee case study

    Where most people saw little more than a derelict commercial space in Wilmslow, 45-year-old Daniel Slifkin saw an opportunity to fulfil his dream of opening a bar. But with no experience of the hospitality industry, he needed help – and found it in national franchise, Bar Sport.

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