26th June 2015
Mundays were delighted to host to the quarterly South Regional Meeting of EWIF a not for profit organisation Encouraging Women into Franchising of which Mundays are a founder member. At this quarter’s meeting for the South there was lively discussion about the best approach to motivating franchisees with contributions from those operating on both sides, concluding “not one size fits all!”. We also focused on the EWIF mission of inspiring and education and drew on the considerable contacts and networks of those attending to focus on promoting franchising as a business option at an early stage for example in education institutes and to encourage more women into franchising until the next meeting. We are looking forward to seeing how those links can assist!
EWIF is a national organisation dedicated to encouraging women into franchising. It's members include Franchisors and Franchisees, Banks, Consultants, Accountants and anyone involved in the franchise industry. Mundays provide specialist legal advice and support to franchisors, master franchisees and franchisees and is proud to have supported EWIF from its inception. The EWIF calendar is in full swing and following on from the fabulous EWIF awards ceremony in London last month, we are looking forward to the National Conference on 24th September 2015 in Stratford-upon-Avon. If you would like more information about EWIF or Mundays’ franchise offering, please contact Fiona Moss.
Andrew Knorpel serves a number of recent developments across a variety of areas in employment law and practice
Sophie Banks looks into the further important decision relating to the employment status of “gig economy” workers.
Gemma James looks at premises sharing for suppliers who need to meet the expectation of a swift despatch and delivery by being in multiple locations