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Mid-Autumn Festival Dates in 2016
Dear investors,

We would like to inform you that, due to the holiday season, we have a few non-working days ahead of us. Today (September 15th), tomorrow (September 16th) and as well as will be non-working. Two days will not accrue dividends.

Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 is on September.To many Chinese, it is still the second most important festival after Chinese New Year.

To the Chinese, Mid-Autumn Festival means family reunion and peace. The festival is celebrated when the moon is believed to be the biggest and fullest. To the Chinese, a full moon is a symbol of prosperity, happiness, and family reunion.

Thank you for your trust and happy holidays!

Best Regards,
Global Franchise World (read more)
To our valued shareholders
I would like to begin this letter by thanking you for the investment you have made in Global Franchise World’s. Equally important, I want you to know that your Global Franchise World’s management team is committed to seeing your investment grow as a result of solid Global Franchise World performance and sound financial discipline.

In 2016, we achieved both. Total systemwide investments for Global Franchise World’s increased 5.6 percent. Global Franchise World’s surpass the $20 million mark in revenue for the first time in our history.

As your CEO, I am immensely proud to be at the helm of our organization as we begin the next 5 years, and I remain focused on the three top priorities I outlined for shareholders in the June 2016 report. These include effective talent management and leadership development, a commitment to play an active role in promoting balanced, active lifestyles on behalf of our customers, and long-term, profitable growth for you, our shareholders, and for the entire McDonald’s System,Subway restaurants,DyDo vending machines,Dunkin' Donuts,Burger King.

Our business is strong and our future holds promise.

Once again, we WELCOME you to Global Franchise World.
The Global Franchise World Founders.
GFW | 80 Gloucester Road, Wanchai | Hong Kong, 518034 22th Floor | fax: +852 3015 6779
Copyright © 2015-2016 GFW. All Rights Reserved.

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Global Franchise World. How to use Bitcoin
Step by step guide how create CoinPayments account (Bitcoin) ""

With many companies accepting the change and others getting ready to, bitcoins are an extremely fast-spreading currency.
Transferring digital funds is becoming easier with the day by the use of growing technology.
Even newly legal pot shops in Washington are beginning to back the bitcoin as a viable currency. Some companies have lingering doubt, due to the infancy of the market. Only introduced 5 years ago, Bitcoin is still growing. Without a government backing the cash, the value fluctuates rapidly.

Once again, we WELCOME you to Global Franchise World.
The Global Franchise World Founders.

Copyright © 2015-2016 GFW. All Rights Reserved.
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Target Markets - Three segments represent attractive targets for international restaurant franchisors.
Foreigners and Expatriates - Short and long-term expatriates, visitors and tourists have relatively high incomes, and a willingness to pay a premium for familiar food with consistent quality. Continued foreign investment will result in a growing expatriate population as well as an increase in tourism.

Business People and Young Professionals - Includes educated professionals in the 25-50 age group. They are likely to be the most receptive to new ideas, value the foreign dining experience, and possess sufficient discretionary income.

Young Emperors - Preschool through college-age children. There are an estimated 1.25 million one-child families in Shanghai. Young Emperors command the attention of the extended family and have a substantial influence on family buying decisions. A foreign restaurant that attracts these children will attract their parents and extended family as well.
Restaurant franchisors that miss the opportunity to enter China now will face intense competition from early entrants. It will be difficult for restaurant franchisors entering now to beat the scale and profitability of the already entrenched McDonald's and KFC. Nonetheless, the market is vast and great potential exists in many niches.

Despite the potential, doing business in China is difficult. The language and culture are remarkably distinct. Franchisors should seek local partners who can help them navigate the local business environment. A partner in the same industry with channels of distribution, industrial connections, and guanxi (personal connections) can greatly facilitate the success of the franchisor. (read more)
Restaurant franchisors are moving into China for obvious reasons
Restaurant franchisors are moving into China for obvious reasons: 1.8 billion people, 400 million middle class consumers (as of 2015), the world's highest economic growth rate in the last 20 years, WTO membership, and more favorable franchise and contract laws make it a place for brands to grow rapidly.

Opportunities are not only in the restaurant sector. Growth prospects across service industries that typically use franchising (real estate, retailing, hotels, etc.) abound in China. The middle class in China is projected to grow to 600 million in the next 10 years, and the Chinese economy is projected to become the largest in the world by 2050.

Franchising is a niche strategy, essentially a contractual relationship between a franchisee and a franchisor regarding trading rights and obligations. The franchisee has the right to market the brand and/or process of a franchisor in return for a fee and ongoing royalties. In the case of business format franchising, the franchisor transfers both the know-how and the brand of the business, and often provides additional support. As firms go global, they face differences in the operating environments, economics, politics and culture. Successful international franchising rests on the ability to adapt strategy that worked at home to other areas of the world.

There is a dark side, however, to franchising in China. Franchising regulations have changed multiple times, creating an unstable environment for franchising contracts. The new regulations require a franchisor to invest and own outlets, rather than franchise them before being able to sell franchise rights in the country, for example. (read more)
Following a substantial increase in the demand and interest, as well as Members’ requests, as of May 2nd, 2016, Global Franchise World will accept bitcoins as payment for its products. The decision was made after careful monitoring of the market trends.
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Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Income
The total liquid capital required to open a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is $750,000 and Dunkin’ Donuts franchise fees are $40,000 to $80,000. The minimum net worth of a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise is $1.5 million.

Global Franchise World has rights to expand Dunkin’ in places including Beijing, Macau, Hong Kong and Guangdong, the company.

GFW currently has 5 restaurants in China, and about 12 across the Asia Pacific region.

Once you get started, Global Franchise World' is a surefire opportunity to multiply your investment many times. (read more)
Burger King Franchise Cost /Initial Investment/ Burger King Franchise Income
The franchise fee is $50,00, and requires a total investment of anywhere between $294,000 and $2,800,000. Franchise agreements include an additional royalty fee of 4.5%. Franchise incomes vary by location.

Franchise In India : Global Franchise World has already opened more than 10 outlets across Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore & Chandigarh and is currently focussing on expanding first in these major markets.

Global Franchise World owns 89% stake in the venture with 11% controlled by Burger King and has signed India for 25 years. While the company is primarily looking at building their own outlets you could reach out to them and propose your property as a franchise.

It is estimated that the cost of each burger king franchise outlet in India is Rs 2.5 Cr. (read more)
Review of Foreign franchises
The consumer class is expanding fast.
Western brands are highly regarded. Many consumers perceive Western brands as providing quality, convenience, and customer service. This is true especially in the retail and food sectors, where most major food franchises are either already present or are entering China (see Understanding Chinese Consumers).

Western franchises bring new and modern business systems. Successful US franchises bring a complete business system, management processes, job training, and the potential for healthy and reproducible bottom line margins. US franchises in China thus have high potential to succeed.

Second- and third-tier cities are open to franchising. First-tier cities offer developed infrastructure, business-friendly governments, and a multitude of services and internationally standard amenities. These cities are generally “easy” for newcomers to enter, but labor and real estate prices have risen and competition has intensified in recent years.

Foreign franchises must also overcome problems that are specific to the China market.

Finding and evaluating licensee candidates is tough. The most important part of franchising a brand is finding, evaluating, and signing a qualified company as the local, regional, or country franchisee. Due diligence resources to fully check on a local company are improving, but it is still difficult to find companies with the management skills, business track record, and capital to acquire and properly develop a US franchise business.

In 2007, China released new franchise regulations, which offered more favorable licensing terms to foreign companies. For example, the new regulations require that the foreign franchisor has owned and operated at least two units anywhere in the world, including in its own home country, for at least one year before it can grant a franchise in China. The regulations also state that the Chinese franchisee must own and operate units for at least a year before it can sub-franchise to others. This revision ensures the licensee will learn how to manage the business correctly before it can franchise it to someone else—increasing the chance that the foreign franchise will succeed in China.
Quality franchises will create good business systems, jobs, products, salaries, and services. (read more)
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