Franchise's Code of Ethics

The European Code of Ethics for Franchising is a practical ensemble of essential provisions for the governance of the relations between a franchisor and each of its franchisees, operating together in the framework of the franchise network. The overarching principles of ethics that underline this set of provisions are good faith & fair dealings, which translate as franchisor-franchisee relations based on fairness, transparency and loyalty each of which contribute to founding confidence in the relationship.

The European Code of Ethics for Franchising was originally written in 1972 by major industry actors in Europe. It was reviewed in 1992 to reflect the evolution of franchising on the market as well as to meet the development of the EU’s regulatory frame. The Code was updated in 2016 to directly reflect the experience of good behaviour of franchisors and franchisees in Europe.

If you are willing to be part of The New Kids Club Franchise, we highly recommend you to read the Code of Ethics and send any further question to our Expansion Department.



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