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So You Want to Buy a Restaurant…
When most people think of a franchise business, they first think of burgers. Or pizza. Or coffee (and donuts). Or tacos. There are, of course, many different markets in which franc ...
Why Retire, When You Can Franchise?
Retirement. The word means different things to different people. For some, it’s an idyllic lifestyle at the end of a long career. But for others, it’s increasingly becoming a c ...
Why Chicken Is Booming
If you look at how burger franchises developed, there were two big waves. First was the McDonald’s and Burger King wave, with a business model that helped parents get burgers wit ...
How to Make Your Loyalty Program Succeed
McDonald’s, Taco Bell, and other major food brands have been investing heavily in their loyalty programs, and with good reason: Every profitable venture is built on the love of i ...
The Rise of Plant-Based Fast Foods
Last summer, while Subway was taking heat for the allegedly mysterious contents of its tuna sandwiches, Long John Silver’s used the moment to soft-launch its new, intentionally f ...
Why Restaurant Franchises Love Multi-Unit Franchisors
Some franchisees own only one location. Some own a handful. Others own dozens, maybe even hundreds or thousands—and those owners can be especially popular with food brands. To be ...
As host of the television show Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer fixes other people’s restaurants. But when he looked at the casual-dining sector more broadly, he saw signs of trouble: “T ...
Treating Business Like Family
Family comes first at Cousins Maine Lobster—where the team actually is family, or just wants everyone to feel like family. The brand began a decade ago, when Jim Tselikis, who wa ...
One Restaurant, Eight Brands
When Dog Haus launched in 2010, its concept made a lot of sense…for the year 2010. Its mission was to elevate stadium food into culinary masterwork, and it did so by selling hot ...
Creating Success Through Community
After a successful corporate career, Toya Evans wanted to take control of her professional life. So in 2016, along with her two daughters, Lauren Williamson and Chanel Grant, Evans ...
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