Thoughts on Quiznos Australia 7 Years On Via the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission The Quizno’s Master LLC, the US franchisor, registered Quizno’s trademarks in Australia from 1999. By late 2001 the US franchisor had signed up an Australian master franchise agreement with a company that traded as Quizno’s Australia Pty Ltd. read more
Today is Blog Action Day (October 15, 2007). Since I am a franchise industry blogger, I am putting a challenge out to the entire global franchise industry……….. It is time for our industry to see the light! If you are a franchise owner…If you are the franchisor…If you have the ability to influence buying decisions..Here is […]
Well-known short-seller Jim Chanos explains why he thinks Dunkin' Brands and Restaurant Brands International's stock prices will be heading down, making him money. Franchisees who may have no interest in the stock market whatsoever might well find his reasoning worth considering for its relationship to their own bottom lines. read more
Will the next next battle in the QSR freshness war be over tomatoes? If it is, Wendy’s has quite a lead on the rest of the industry.
It is difficult to reconcile facts with statements made by the former owners of Sona MedSpa. According to the May 29, 2007 Sona MedSpa Franchisor Press Release "Sona MedSpa Plans for Growth After a Favorable Arbitration Ruling" Heather Rose, CEO of Sona MedSpa stated, “This case was one of a string of cases brought against […]
Virginia Beach, Virginia-based Taco Bell franchisee Burgerbusters added 25 units of the quick service Mexican chain to its growing portfolio, bringing its total Taco Bell count up to 142.
Making it to 100 is a gift for anything or anyone, and A&W Restaurants is looking unusually spry as America’s first and oldest restaurant chain approaches the century mark. The food and treats brand expects to open 12 new units this year after adding 15 franchise locations in 2017.
Sean Kelly, publisher of franchise blog FranchisePick.Com and occasional troublemaker, responds to Bob Purvin’s response (Some W read more
When the founders of Cinnaholic got an offer on Shark Tank four years ago, they took the money on the TV show itself but didn’t sign the contract afterward. Why? “Different visions. They didn’t want to franchise,” said Marty Welch about the Shark Tank judges. Welch was one of many engaging individuals exhibiting at the International Franchise Expo in New York City last week.
One every four months. That’s the number of acquisitions, or 11 in total, the Dwyer Group made since August of 2014 when The Riverside Co. acquired the franchisor. Harvest Partners of New York is the new majority investor, announced June 4.