Franchise development execs from Inspire Brands, Wingstop and Zaxby’s share their predictions and tips for the future of franchise development.
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After a 45-year career, Wingstop Senior Director of Franchise Development Bev Rich decided to retire and pick up the guitar, among other thing…
Store closings could mean prime real estate is available to brands that previously couldn't afford it.
Tanya Spaulding, principal at Shea Design, says landlords will be motivated to fill vacancies, even at lower rates.
Will a rise in vacancy rates mean more opportunities for some franchise brands? Or could the increasing number of bankruptcies among retailers mean a hastened demise of malls? Four experts offer their takes on what's next for real estate.
Wingstop, which previously focused on what it calls B- or C-level real estate, is now looking snap up high-visibility locations that would hav…
While the COVID-19 crisis temporarily disrupted real estate operations, Dallas-based Wingstop is resuming its efforts to reach 6,000 locations, which will include a mix of traditional stores with dining rooms, delivery-only facilities in key neighborhoods and fortressing efforts to add new units in existing brand territories.