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Matthew Penfold to speak at Franchise Expo

Kwik Kopy Chairman Matthew Penfold will address the Melbourne Franchise Expo Conference this week, at the same place that will host PacPrint in June. The Franchise Expo, April 1-2, is for all types of franchises and is well represented for print and sign businesses, with several being members and exhibitors.

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The last Melbourne Franchise Expo in 2019 drew large crowds of opportunity-seekers


Franchiseexpo logo 2020 246Taking place in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, the Franchise Expos have been running for over 30 years and play an integral role it has played in growing Australia’s dynamic franchising and small business industry.

The past couple of years have seen a monumental shift in the workplace and community - more people than ever are looking to work for themselves and take control of their future.

For exhibitors, the Expo provides the chance to meet face to face with quality visitors looking to join a franchise system or jump into a small business of their own. For visitors wondering about the best way to start their own business, the support and structure of a franchise is often the key to success. Being able to speak to franchisors and franchisees, attend free seminars and meet small business advisors and experts all under one roof is highly beneficial.

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Kwik Kopy's Penfold

Presenting at 12:30pm on Saturday 2nd April, Matthew Penfold's topic is:

"Built on trust: lessons from a lifetime as franchisee, franchisor, father and fisherman"

Penfold is the only speaker from the Print & Signage sector and is in the unique position of having run a successful Kwik Kopy franchise and now also as Chair of the franchise company itself.


Other print-related franchises involved in the Franchise Council include MBE, Snap, Signarama, Minuteman, and Signwave. PostNet was until 2020 when it fell into administration but was brought into the MBE network.