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Detroit’s economy won’t rebound for a couple of years, but the city that so many wrote off might actually be a land of opportunity for quick serves.
Operators Know Best
At a time when new franchisees are rare, gauging the opinions of existing franchisees is the best way for quick-serve execs to know the needs of the brand.
Smart Supply Chains
Al Kelso, chairman and CEO of Sysco’s quick-service delivery operation, Sygma, says the key to supply chain efficiency is leveraging a brand’s size and the supplier’s resources.
McDonald’s Down Under
In an exclusive QSR interview, McDonald’s Australia’s leadership tells how the company survived the recession by offering restaurant space and menu options that were relevant and convenient to the everyday Aussie.
The Supplier Marriage
The relationship with your supplier should be carefully crafted and maintained to insure longevity.
A Brand Salute
Bringing military veterans into your company as franchisees gives the brand operators who are proven leaders.
Franchising in 2010
Following a tumultuous 2009, what is going to happen to franchising this year?
Brian V. Hill, a restaurant specialist at Pitney Bowes, warns not to assume you know your target demographic when selecting a new market. Go by the numbers, instead.
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