Walfinch CEO hosts British Franchise Association’s ‘Collaboration Station’ to support emerging franchisors


Amrit Dhaliwal, CEO of national homecare franchise business, Walfinch, is confirmed as the chair of the British Franchise Association’s ‘Collaboration Station’ next event, which is designed to bring together established franchisors with new, emerging brands to collaborate, problem solve and share best practice.

The community focused session, which takes place on Tuesday 7th March in Birmingham, provides franchisors with an opportunity to meet with other brands to share challenges and innovate.  The event, which is focused on ‘Emerging Systems’ not only suits those from mature franchise brands, but those who are growing their networks, or in the very early stages of their franchising journey.

Confirms Walfinch CEO, Amrit Dhaliwal: “I know that establishing and growing a franchise network can be hard and so hearing from others who are on the same journey is extremely valuable. The BFA’s Collaboration Station events are a fantastic opportunity to meet with likeminded professionals to discuss current challenges and receive actionable advice and support.

“The agenda is shaped around each attendee and together we discuss ideas, brainstorm solutions, and share best practice, and I’m very much looking forward to taking part. Thanks to the BFA for inviting me to host the event on 7th March.”

The Emerging Systems Collaboration Station event takes place on Tuesday 7th March, from 9:30am to 2:00pm (including lunch) at 1 Victoria Square, Birmingham, B1 1BD.  For more information visit: www.thebfa.org/bfa-events-calendar/.

For more information on franchisee opportunities with Walfinch, visit https://walfinchfranchising.com/.



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