Australian Franchises

Channel 9 launches new franchise TV program

Written on the 15 October 2008

Channel 9 has launched a new business program focusing on franchising, 'Don't Come Monday', which will air on Sunday mornings.

The show is touted as 'a new concept in business TV' and will feature the 'inspirational stories of everyday people, who've gone through a career seachange, leaving the nine to five existence behind them and buying into a franchise'.

'Don't Come Monday' has launched in response to huge popularity of franchising over the last few years, as more and more business people decide to invest in a franchise rather than do it alone.

Each week, the program will showcase a different franchisee and show why the decided to get into franchising and the success they've achieved in their business. 

The first episode of the show on October 19th  will feature franchisees from Cafe2U, the largest mobile coffee franchise in the world.

'Don't Come Monday's airs on Channel 9 from 7.30am - 8am on Sunday mornings.


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