More women finding freedom in franchising
Franchising in South Carolina is expected to employ nearly 138,000 people and have an economic output of $11 billion in 2018, according to data from the International Franchise Association. The forecasts are up 4.4% and 6.8% respectively from 2017. Women are finding their place in the franchise
Feb. 20 is opening day for Sweetwater's donuts franchising in Plainwell
20, according to Chris Olsen, president of Ridgeview Franchise Limited, the limited liability corporation that is licensed to do the franchising. A "soft" opening typically gives a business the opportunity to get its personnel and systems running at a more gradual pace, and without fanfare, before they are ...
Crunch Franchising Named 2018 Best-in-Fitness Category by Franchise Business Review
12, 2018 // PRNewswire // - Crunch Fitness, the health club brand known for making serious fitness fun through innovative programming and an inclusive atmosphere, was named Best-in-Category in the Fitness sector in Franchise Business Review's list of the top franchises for 2018. Following a year of ...
EXCLUSIVE: Matt's Big Breakfast looks to expand through franchising
Phoenix Business Journal
According to the Matt's Big Breakfast franchising website, the projected initial investment for a single start-up location ranges from $372,700 to $690,160. That amount includes the initial $40,000 fee. The franchise agreement also includes a royalty fee equal to 6 percent of gross revenues and the ...
Wallingford-based Edible Arrangements moves up Franchise 500 list
WALLINGFORD — Wallingford-based Edible Arrangements has surpassed Subway as the top Connecticut-based franchise on Entrepreneur Magazine's annual Franchise 500 list. The business, with corporate headquarters at 95 Barnes Road, placed 53rd on the magazine's list of the country's top ...
The Plot To Franchise The White Helmets Worldwide
Mintpress News (blog)
The White Helmets franchise is a terrifying extension of soft power infiltration deep inside target nations, exploiting trust, vulnerability and poverty with the “First Responder” construct that “everyone trusts” as James Le Mesurier so clearly stated in a recent interview in Brazil. This pseudo Humanitarian ...