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Smart Tips to Save on Labor Costs
Many operators are resorting to cutting employees’ hours to save on labor costs, but experts say there’s a better way.
The Real Way Health Care Reform Affects You
One year after President Obama signed health care reform into law, quick-serve operators are struggling to figure out what it means for them.
Churches, Rec Centers Could Be Next Hot Market
Nonprofit organizations can bring strong assets, management, and leadership to a franchising relationship.
The Art of Site Selection
Now that expansion is back on the radar for many quick serves, navigating the post-recession real estate market will take some finesse.
How to Handle Twice the Tweets
Jennifer Loeffel, president of Internet marketing firm New Media Socialite, explains how an operator can maximize his social media presence when he opens his second store.
Step One for Lease Two
Negotiating a lease for a second location is like planning for a second marriage: The ground rules are similar, but you’re still starting all over. Attorney Randall Airst offers some tips to help protect your interests.
How to Do Drive Thru
Opening a location with a drive thru presents a new set of challenges. Architecture expert John Miologos helps you open your new window of opportunity.
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