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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

Quick-service and full-service restaurants plus retail food businesses accounted for over one quarter of our top franchises for 2014, proving that food franchises are a healthy business.

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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

Howard Zeller lets history be his guide as a franchisee at this nostalgic burger joint.

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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

As drought and coffee rust drive up the cost of coffee beans, Dunkin' Donuts prices are about to increase.

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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

Scott Adams took on eco-friendly franchising as a Massage Green Spa franchisee. Here's what he has learned.

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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

While global same-store sales increased 0.9 percent, U.S. sales were down 1 percent in May.

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from http://www.entrepreneur.com 40 days ago

SuperGreen Solutions gave Mark Sudak a chance to find energy efficient environmental solutions in his community.

Posted under Franchise
from http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com 40 days ago

Starbucks just raised the bar for all US employers. And when Starbucks Corporation talks, people listen.   According to Wikipedia, Starbucks is the largest coffeehouse company in the world. To date, there are 23,000+ stores in 64 countries, including 12,000+ in the United States, 1,897 in China, 1,550 in Canada, ...

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from http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com 40 days ago

There are several things today’s franchise brokers would like to keep under wraps. The 3 things franchise brokers would prefer to keep under wraps that I’ve decided to share with you aren’t bad things. Not at all. They’re just things that you-the prospective franchise business owner should know. Isn’t that ...

Posted under Franchise
from http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com 40 days ago

The Seattle Times editorial team recently wrote about the new minimum wage law (that $15 an hour one) that just got passed in the city of Seattle. There have actually been several op-eds written by their staff about the new law. All of them are well-written and very well-thought out. ...

Posted under Franchise
from http://www.thefranchisekingblog.com 40 days ago

For over 10 years, I was a franchise broker. I played matchmaker to people who were interested in pursuing franchise opportunities…in being their own bosses. And… Most of the time, I referred to myself as a franchise “consultant.” It sounded better than franchise “broker” back then, and correct me if ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://technmarketing.com 40 days ago

By: Hillel Fuld (@hilzfuld) Before we jump in, let me answer the obvious question. “Why have you been meeting Israeli startups every day for years?” Good question. Thought you’d never ask. As my role of CMO at Zula, I am fortunate to work for a company that gets it. The ...

Posted under Marketing
from http://technmarketing.com 40 days ago

By: Hillel Fuld (@hilzfuld) Gosh, I hate posts like this. Not only is it somewhat of a rant, and if you follow me online, you must have realized that I am highly allergic to negativity, but it is also about annoying things people do on the social web. So much ...

Posted under Technology
from http://lifehacker.com/ 40 days ago

Android: If you're not using Gmail on an Android phone, you've probably been relegated to whatever email app came with your phone. Now, Google's released its own Email app to the Play Store as another option.Read more...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://mixergy.com/ 40 days ago

Neil Patel is a well-known expert on how to get traffic. But even Neil struggled in the beginning. “It [was] my first real business,” says Neil, the co-founder Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics and the founder of Quick Sprout. “We tried to get our site ranked on Google, and we…never really ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://mixergy.com/ 40 days ago

Most people don’t even consider starting a membership site. They think they’re not “expert” enough. Or that “information wants to be free.” Or that “nobody would pay for this stuff.” But a membership site can be a great business. For one thing, it’s a subscription business. So you aren’t “starting ...

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