The Malaysian Franchise Association. Start to read the Tips to Do Business in Malaysia guide for professionals. And get information about Jobs in Malaysia and employment news. MFA was formed in 1994 to support the implementation of the Government program to promote entrepreneurship through franchising. The formation of MFA was indeed timely as to promote the development of franchising in Malaysia. MFA will serve as a resource center for both current and prospective franchisors and franchisees, as well as for media and the public. Please also come to visit our popular Franchise Opportunities in Malaysia Blog Site with Videos, where you can Find, Offer or Search for more Franchise Information and Business Opportunities in Malaysia.
Malaysia Franchising Opportunity Today
With the formation of MFA, it is hoped that the environment, which is conducive to the expansion of franchising in Malaysia, can be created. MFA has a unique formula of its membership composition. Under one roof are franchisors, would-be franchisors, master franchisees, would-be master franchisees, government agencies and authorities, banks, accounting firms, franchise consultants, attorneys, suppliers and vendor of franchises. For that matter, everyone involved and would-be involved in franchising are subservient to Malaysia Franchise Association’s Code of Ethics of A Professional Conduct of Franchise Practitioners and MFA enforce this code firmly yet helpfully. Through the work of its committee, the MFA is committed to continue advancement of franchising in Malaysia into the twenty-first century in line with Vision 2020.
Malaysia Franchising Business
Malaysia’s franchise business is still growing despite the market challenges due to the global economic uncertainties as Malaysians are always eager in doing business. Perbadanan Nasional Bhd’s (PNS) managing director, Datuk Syed Kamarulzaman Syed Zainol Khodki Shahabudin, said there are many people who are looking for ways to make money by creating business and acquiring franchise is one safe bet. “PNS will continue to collaborate with international companies to look for brands from abroad to bring into Malaysia to offer Malaysians opportunities select product close to their hearts and suitable for them. “We are growing, looking at the big franchise company like Retail Food Group Ltd (RFG) that regards Malaysia as potential growth as they continue to offer brand options to bring in,” he told Bernama at the launch of RFG’s regional barista competition here.