FRANdata in the Press
Anya Nowakowski, Senior Research Analyst with FranData, notes that the real estate industry has added 21 franchise brands since 2013, amounting to 26.6 percent of the real estate industry.
Celtic Bank is integrating FRANdata’s proven franchise scoring system (FUND Score) into their franchise portfolio management system. This integration ensures that both franchisees and franchisors who do business with Celtic Bank will benefit from franchise loans that are administered faster, are more transparent, and most importantly, adapted to the way franchises operate.
SBA senior staff announced that the long-awaited changes to the franchise affiliation process are about to be issued through the release of a new SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) which will be effective January 1, 2017 at the earliest.
Forbes commissioned FRANdata to develop a methodology that ranks franchise brands based on historical performance while appealing to prospective franchisees.
In support of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Veteran’s week, ReadyCap Lending, a leading non-bank small business lender, is proud to announce an exclusive military veteran franchise SBA lending program.
The third annual list of best and worst franchises in America
Johnson’s annual “State of the Franchise Industry” is highly anticipated every year, and as we close out Q2 and charge into Q3, 1851 Franchise decided to follow up with him to see things have shaken out so far since our discussion at the beginning of the year.
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FRANData research helps bring order to industry data chaos. Latest report shows 377 new concepts launched in just past three quarters.
This integration will link both individual and multi unit restaurant franchise owners with the chain locations they own, giving industry suppliers end-to-end visibility and access to 90,000 Franchisees nation wide.
Approximately 680 of the 3,800 active franchise systems in the United States have more than 100 units, according to FranData, an independent research and advisory company that focuses on tracking and analyzing franchise companies and their performance.