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Franchising Keeps Muay Thai Gyms Alive and Kicking

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2 Dec 2014
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Speaker: Daniel Yeung, President and Co-founder, Fighting Arts Centre

Hong Kong-based Fighting Arts Centre has found success by mixing the physical and mental discipline of Muay Thai combat training with modern fitness techniques. But now other entrepreneurs are getting a fighting chance of success thanks to the company’s unique franchising model – which has already helped open seven clubs across Hong Kong and one on the Chinese mainland. Fighting Arts Centre’s CEO Daniel Yeung spoke to the HKTDC ahead of the December 2014 World SME Expo in Hong Kong.

Industry: Sports Goods
Region: Worldwide, Hong Kong

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