When my kids were young, I was busy with volunteering for their activities, as all parents are. But once the kids left home, driving them to basketball practices and lessons was a thing of the past. And I knew I needed a steady volunteer gig to make sure I stayed active in my community.
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Soft scrambled duck eggs with black truffles are on the menu this summer night at One Flew South, celebrating its tenth anniversary with a special three- or four-course tasting menu in a stunning setting dominated by a wall-sized mural of towering Georgia pine trees.
Spencer Rubin taught himself to cook by watching the Food Network and met his goal—to launch a restaurant by his 25th birthday—by opening Melt Shop when he turned, you guessed it, 25. Meet Aurify, started by two Five Guys franchisees, and its first and most promising original concept.
Want to know which franchises have the most and fewest lawsuits? We examined Item 3 in hundreds of franchise disclosure documents to find out, and exposed a surprisingly wide divide.
When James Park became CEO of Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh in late 2015, his first order of business was tackling the “convoluted” menu and the very long prep line that accompanied all those food items.
Attracting and keeping qualified, dedicated employees is a challenge in all industries, with no reprieve in sight. Blending benevolence with brass tacks, Dogtopia has sniffed out relief for its franchisees by educating them about the benefits of hiring adults with autism.
After interviewing Chef Sheldon Simeon and hearing him talk about the Lava Bowl he created, I was even more excited to check out Pokéworks while in Phoenix. A worker happily obliged with a sample, handing over a small cube of ahi tuna dipped in Lava sauce.
Ace Hardware, No. 5 on this year's Franchise Times Top 200+ list, plans a major franchising push starting the second quarter of next year for Handyman Matters, the Denver-based home improvement service chain Ace acquired in September.
“Franchisors understand that time kills deals,” says Mike Rozman, reciting an oft-used phrase especially applicable to the sometimes drawn-out process of signing an agreement with a new franchisee. And it's especially applicable to franchisee financing which, if left until the tail end of the sales process, can delay and even derail a deal.