Articles from the May 2012 issue

Dan Kim has received advice on franchising, marketing, and social media.

Telling competitors what makes you great may end up making you both better.

QSR names top young food service entrepreneurs

These 15 innovators have successfully built companies, operated franchises, and developed food trucks before even celebrating their 30th birthdays.

Ben & Jerry's offers Bonnaroo Buzz ice cream at the annual music festival.

Ben & Jerry’s discovered that a good sponsorship partner is one that jibes with your brand personality.

The vital role restaurants play in Obama’s plan to get America back to work and out of the recession.

September 12-14, 2012, in Atlanta

How the CEO and chairman of Yum! Brands is still dedicated to growing the world’s leading restaurant brand.

Serving healthy Mediterranean food through quick service has proved successful for this fast-casual concept.

Authentic ingredients and fresh-made dishes help concept bring a taste of Italy to the U.S.

Even an odd-shaped, run-down lot can become a system’s top-performing store.

Having two distinct customer demographics might expand your sales potential, but it also presents a challenge of marketing to two different bases.

Navigating a show with 58,000 industry professionals and 1,800 exhibitors can be tough. But don’t worry; we’ve got you covered.

We’ve still got a problem with portion control in the industry, and the real issue might be in the choices we offer.

New technology helps restaurants streamline operations and make sense of all the data they’re collecting.

Quick-service brands are ditching traditional market research in favor of new technologies to gather real-time customer feedback.

Kickstarting growth through rebranding efforts requires more than a logo change and new wall colors.

Turning a fresh eye to the role of fats in the modern menu.