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bfa Suppliers

About Suppliers

As franchising has developed into a substantial community of businesses, the demand for various products and services has also developed – some of which will be specific to franchising and some of which will be more widespread.

Our Supplier category offers organisations the opportunity to engage with the bfa and its members through a number of channels.

Businesses that fall into any of the bfa Affiliate categories cannot become bfa Suppliers. Any business which franchises must first successfully join the bfa as a member before it can become a supplier.

What's in it for me?

Recognition

Display the supplier logo on your marketing collateral and website to show your support of the ethical franchising industry.

Generate traffic to your own respective website through a detailed listing on the bfa website. Including information on your company, details of your product/service and a client testimonial.

Access a supplier profile on whichfranchise.com, the bfa's official online partner.

Be introduced to the franchise sector through an announcement in the bfa’s Industry News.

Promotion

Submit news stories for the bfa website and take part in informative articles for the bfa blog.

Take advantage of a free exhibiting opportunity at the bfa Annual Conference.

Access sponsorship opportunities at bfa events.

Post promotional offers to franchisors through a dedicated page on the bfa website. (To be launched early 2016)

Information

Subscribe to bfa newsletters and industry updates.

Utilise the bfa online member’s only area, with a wealth of industry information, news, updates and notices.

Access

Network at the exclusive social events, including industry awards, charity days, evening receptions and dinners.

Share best-practice at the bfa Annual Conference, Specialist Roundtables and Affiliate Forums.

Take advantage of speaking opportunities offered for bfa events, to share your knowledge with bfa members.

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  • Claire White
    Seriously FUN Swimming Schools - Franchisee case study

    Claire grew up swimming and became National Triathlon Champion, also competing for England in the first International Biathlon. Claire considered opening her own swimming school but was attracted to Seriously FUN Swimming Schools by the family-run nature of the business and the age range they teach.

    Read the full case study View franchise details
 
 
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