FRANCHISE INDIA Holdings Ltd (FIHL), Asia`s integrated franchise, Retail & Licensing solutions company
FRANCHISE INDIA Holdings Ltd (FIHL), Asia`s integrated franchise, Retail & Licensing solutions company, and Indian Franchise Association (IFA), introduced the Education Franchising Report (EFR). Also, a round table meet was arranged to discuss the various opportunities in Education and Training Franchise, and present on the occasion were Mr.Suresh Bharwani , Managing Director, Jetking, Colonel Upendra Sachdeva, Executive Director, Indian Franchise Association and Sachin Marya, CEO, Franchise India. The Report was unveiled on India`s First exclusive Platform on Education Franchise Knowledge Series. The primary objective of the report is to provide a snapshot of current trends in education franchising vis-à-vis expert analysis of various elements having implications on it. According to the report, India is one of the largest markets for education in the world in terms of number of students. According to Mr. Gaurav Marya, President, Franchise India Holdings Ltd., “Franchising in India is the new way of doing business. There has never been a right time for business owners to expand their education brand through franchising. Education is a growing sector and offers potential business opportunities, where a huge part of it lies with the educational concepts which can be spread through franchising.” The education sector offers a potential business opportunity that originates from the fact that India has the world`s largest youth population which wants to receive quality education with world class training systems. With 17 per cent share in the organized sector education industry, India offers a huge potential for education entities looking to spread their concept in India through franchising and educate the young Indian population. With growing acceptability and proven success of education franchising in India, there has never been a better right time for business owners to expand their education brand through the franchise route than now.