Twice a month in the Development Deal Tracker, I’m plucking the key details from dozens of multi-unit development agreements to give you everything you need to know to stay informed and, of course, keep an eye on what the competition is doing.
Business and Finance
In move to extend its nationwide presence, in-home care franchise BrightStar Care acquired HomeChoice Senior Care, an Iowa-based provider of non-medical care, housekeeping and 24-hour assistance. The deal gives Chicago-based BrightStar a presence in Io…
When David Novak was CEO of Yum Brands, he said his greatest pleasure was teaching leadership development programs reaching 4,000 people in the company until his retirement in 2016. Now he’s taking those lessons to anyone who wants them through a new program focused on helping companies develop their leaders.
Franchisees have a new spot to market locally, and one that might bring literal traffic.
It’s not news to Susan Beth, COO of NRD Capital, that plenty of people questioned why the Atlanta-based private equity firm purchased Ruby Tuesday. She will talk about the ins and outs of that deal, along with two other award winners in the Franchise Times Dealmakers project, at the Franchise Finance & Growth Conference, May 7-9 at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
Adding to its stable of home and commercial services brands, the parent company of Chem-Dry Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning and N-Hance Wood Refinishing acquired restoration concept Delta Disaster Services in a deal announced this week.
International franchise expansion is on the menu for The Melting Pot now that it has refined its criteria to target established franchisee partners with the infrastructure to develop at least three restaurants.
As Yogi Bear enjoys his return to the spotlight thanks to the recent Quicken Loans TV commercials, his day job—Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts—announced the addition of two new campgrounds in Tennessee and Newfoundland.
With excellent timing as March Madness brings basketball to the fore, NBA star Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors has signed a franchise development deal to bring at least 20 Blink Fitness gyms to Michigan and Illinois.
The big theme among founders is not always distinctly separate duties, but the role of strategy and operations.