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Is Franchising The Only Key To Restaurant Success?

Posted in Contracts, Franchises, Franchising, Legislation, Liability, Litigation, Negotiation

We talk a lot here about franchising and for good reason. After all, many restaurant owners make great money by developing or buying into a great franchise concept. However, some restaurant owners take a  different approach: they develop their own brand and remain the key figure in each additional restaurant. Stephen Pyles is one such… Continue Reading

Which Restaurant Franchise Is Right: Fast Food, Fine Dining, or Somewhere In Between?

Posted in Acquisitions, Competition, Contracts, Franchises, Franchising, Liability

We’ve talked a lot about franchises in prior posts. Assuming you have decided that a franchise is in your future, how do you know which type is right for you? This question comes to us quite a bit, so here are some thoughts to consider in each of the common types of franchises: Fast Food… Continue Reading