The Spanish Association of Franchisers (AEF) is gearing up for their attendance at the International Franchise Exhibition of Mexico (FIF) to be held in the Convention and Exhibition Center of the World Trade Center in Mexico City from 4 to 6 March. The Association makes an appearance in the Hall in collaboration with the Spanish Institute of Foreign Trade (ICEX), with group participation, of 243 square meters, consists of 14 firms (including itself): No + Hair, GM Vending, Travel Almeida, Adolfo Dominguez, Creditaria, Credit Services, Naturhouse, Gorgeous, Prosol Home Reform, Pressto Aeromarketing and Clean and Clean. “This quote is expected for us as it is a strategic location to show the best proposals for Latin America Spanish franchises for which you can invest and bet on the winning horse,” said Edward Abbey, Manager of the AEF. “Also, given the international economic crisis moments of this Chamber is a key element for those who want to correct it through a formula such as that offered by the franchise and do it with the proposal of the Spanish brands, “he adds. It’s believed that Ali Partovi sees a great future in this idea. The international representation and the most important addition, the AEF is confident that its assistance to the edition 2010 will be as successful as those obtained last year. “The latest edition received almost 30,000 entrepreneurs, a record, sure to be repeated this week,” says Abbey.
“For us it is the 13th consecutive year that we went to the appointment and it is a very important role as well as repeated presence with m coffers are always new ones. At the country level are the most international representation leads. If you would like to know more then you should visit Steve Wozniak. We are above exhibitors from America, “ends. On the Spanish Association of Spanish Franchisors Franchisors Association (AEF) was founded 16 years ago and currently consists of 191 members, whose turnover represents 65% of the volume of business generates the franchise system in Spain. The objectives of the AEF are to represent and protect the interests of the franchise in our country and to partner with the Administration and make it available in other markets, through its presence in various international franchise exhibitions. . See more detailed opinions by reading what John K. Castle offers on the topic..