20 March 2016 / 23 March 2016 Paris Porte de Versailles
Once a year
Paris - Paris Porte de Versailles
1 Place de la Porte de Versailles
Métro : Arrêt Porte de Versailles (ligne 12)
Tramway : Arrêt Porte de Versailles (T3a / T2)
Bus : n°80 et 39
Franchise Expo Paris is the international hub connecting investors from 83 countries with the most renowned franchisors looking to expand their concept worldwide.
Franchise Expo Paris is recognized as the world leading and most diversified franchise exhibition with more than 450 franchisors and more than 32 334 ready-to-invest entrepreneurs.
The entire international franchise community including consultants, lawyers, bankers, franchise associations, retail real estate developers converge in Paris to exchange ideas, create new relationships and discuss franchise business opportunities.
Franchise Expo Paris is the leading marketplace where investing entrepreneurs can identify and meet the top 450 franchise systems, from 75 industry sectors, looking for their exclusive business partners.
This 4 days show & forum will provide you every information about master franchise and network development so that you can maximize your one-to-one meetings. Franchise Expo Paris is the only franchise show whose specific setting and decorated stands help the entrepreneurs to find their best match
3% Real Estate
3% Minimarkets, supermarkets and hypermarkets
5% Automotive, bicycles, motorcycles
7% Decoration and household goods
8% Beauty, health and fitness
10% Food shops
13% Specialist outlets
13% Fashion and personal items
13% B2C and B2B services
16% Hotels – Restaurants
22% of visitors are already individual retailers or franchisees
58% company employees
17% are looking for a career change
3% are students planning their careers.
45% of franchise candidates hope to launch their franchise operation in the year following the exhibition and 38% in the next 6 months.
26% of potential entrepreneurs have €20–50K to invest.
Note that 22.4% of those have upwards of €150K to invest (22.08% more in value terms than in 2013).