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October 23-24, 2021: RBC Place London

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How to Franchise Your Business: Take the Path to Franchising


How to Franchise Your Business

Presented by: Rod Refcio
Refcio & Associates

Do you have an already successful business model? In order to franchise successfully, you must first have a profitable business model. Franchising can be an extremely effective and profitable way to grow your business. Franchising allows others to find success using your proven business model, while building and growing your brand.

This exclusive seminar will give you insight into the process of franchising your business. Get expert advise on how to create your own business plan  and strategy for business growth.

Saturday, October 23, 2021
10:00 am

RBC Place London
(Formerly the London Convention Centre)
300 York St, London, ON N6B 1P8


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Mike Melvin

Rod Refcio

Refcio & Associates

As the founding partner of the Firm, Rod completed a Bachelor of Economics and his law degree from the University of Western Ontario. Prior to being called to the Bar in Ontario 2003, he worked for several years in the financial services industry and completed his Canadian Securities Course.
Rod's passion has always been on entrepreneurship and in 2006, he set up his own law practice. From humble beginnings and with a dedicated vision on how 21st Century technology was going to rapidly alter the practice of law, Rod has focused on building a law Firm dedicated to providing legal services to small and medium sized businesses and individuals. The Firm utilizes state of the art technology to ensure that clients have access to legal services whenever a legal matter arises. Rod's practice focuses primarily on corporate transactions involving the buying and selling of businesses, setting up new Corporations and commercial litigation matters but also includes entertainment law, real estate transactions, estate matters and family law.