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Hairhouse co-founder Joseph Lattouf dies at 53

Joseph Lattouf, a co-founder of Hairhouse Warehouse, passed away on the 17 of June, 2020, after a one-year battle with cancer.

Introducing the new franchise kids on the block

From bubble tea to sandwiches, here are some of the latest franchise businesses to have just launched in Australia.

Luck and courage lead Andersens through pandemic

Luck and courage helped steer floorcovering retailer Andersens through the coronavirus crisis.

Hero Sushi record fine revealed as operators and payroll cop penalties

Hero Sushi franchisees and head office payroll copped record penalties of $891,000 for underpaying workers.

McDonald’s accused of sexual harassment on global scale

Fast food giant faces international sexual harassment lawsuit.

Craveable Brands CEO: leadership, pivoting and battling a pandemic

Craveable Brands’ Karen Bozic talks about her role in the multi-brand business.

Bob Jane gives ACCC undertaking

Bob Jane’s parent company has been pulled up for failing to comply with franchising regulation.

Oporto appoints new CEO from Caltex stable

Former Caltex exec Helen Moore joins the Oporto team.

Motto Motto launches Japanese meal kit brand

Brisbane’s Motto Motto launches Australia’s first Japanese meal kit and ready-made meal brand.

Red Rooster backs volunteer meal program

Red Rooster joins forces with volunteer meal program to supply medical staff with free meals.

7-Eleven launches home delivery service

Delivery service launched in Melbourne, with plans to expand in the coming months.

90 Donut King, Gloria Jean’s, Michel’s Patisserie stores close

The spread of the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in cafes and retail.

Overseas bubble tea chain opens Melbourne flagship

How Milksha is planning to grow down under.

SumoSalad merging with THR1VE, targeting e-commerce

The move is the first step towards the creation of a house of wellness brands.

McDonald’s denies ‘churning’ work practices

Allegations of giving younger, cheaper staff preferential shifts denied.

SumoSalad gets fresh start after voluntary administration

Luke Baylis is back in charge at SumoSalad, heading up the healthy fast food chain after putting the business into voluntary administration in July.

7-Eleven battles “brutal” retail landscape with new format stores

Convenience chain rolls-out new look.

Zambrero launches in US

Mexican food chain targets international market.

US franchise targets Aussie market

Fast casual concept chain in bullish expansion plans.

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