On Franchise Sales Outstripping Unit Openings: “…as the economy recovered from the downturn and credit became more readily available, an increasing number of franchisors went on franchise selling sprees. A large number of these franchise sales are yet to yield positive returns to these companies’ recurring revenues.” Read more here. In the News: Moe’s Southwest […]

Franchising has rebounded since the recession, with the nation’s franchise establishments expected to increase to ~759,000 in 2018.[1] However, as the economy recovered from the downturn and credit became more readily available, an increasing number of franchisors went on franchise selling sprees. A large number of these franchise sales are yet to yield positive returns […]

On the effects of Uber Eats: “People are still eating restaurant food, they’re just not doing it at restaurants as much. Delivery apps from DoorDash Inc., Postmates Inc., GrubHub Inc. and UberEats have made ordering in easier, and have changed the way food chains think about their business. The number of food delivery app downloads […]

People are still eating restaurant food, they’re just not doing it at restaurants as much. Delivery apps from DoorDash Inc., Postmates Inc., GrubHub Inc. and UberEats have made ordering in easier, and have changed the way food chains think about their business. The number of food delivery app downloads is up 380% compared with three […]

On Franchise Associations & Advisory Councils: Over the two decades, franchisee associations have become a mainstay of the franchise community. Much like the development of labor unions in this country, franchise systems have witnessed the development and rise of franchisee associations as a powerful vehicle of franchisee representation and negotiation.  While large franchise systems have […]

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