Club Pilates led all performers in the $5.9 billion fitness segment with its impressive percentage sales growth, as reported in the Franchise Times Top 200+, our exclusive ranking of the 500 largest franchises.
Oxxo Care Cleaners rolled out a new business conversion initiative to convince competing dry cleaners to join the Oxxo family, which is known for its eco-friendly cleaning process.
A former Papa John’s executive is staying in the pizza game, buying 13 Mr. Gatti’s locations in the Austin, Texas, market. The sale of company restaurants comes as Mr. Gatti’s continues its refranchising program while also working to attract new franchisees to the system.
Inspire Brands added another legacy brand to its multi-brand stable.
Sometimes the good guys and gals finish first, and such is the case for Stella Sigana, founder of Alternative Waste Technologies and winner of the 2018 NextGen competition in the social franchise category.
When Heather Elrod joined Amazing Lash Studio two-and-a-half years ago, charged with building the semi-permanent eyelash extension franchise and creating an exit for the founders, the Scottsdale, Arizona-based brand had 75 units open. Now, it has 200 open, and Elrod’s concerted work since last November has attracted a new buyer, WellBiz Brands backed by KSL Capital.
Three years ago, Menchie’s frozen yogurt CEO Amit Kleinberger gambled against conventional wisdom and started selling franchises for a new pizza concept before opening a single company store. He lost the bet and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Septe…
As more landlords begin to view Sola Salon Studios in the same light as gig-economy giants like Uber or WeWork—with new stylists bringing attractive books of business with them—the company sees an opportunity to pounce. Its next moves will be building 150 additional corporate stores in the U.S., while also pulling the trigger on its first international locations.
There’s a lot of buttons, tablets and doodads starting to clutter restaurant tables these days, and some of them are actually pushing sales.
As more landlords begin to view Sola Salon Studios in the same light as gig-economy giants like Uber or WeWork—with new stylists bringing attractive books of business with them—the company sees an opportunity to pounce. Its next moves will be building 150 additional corporate stores here in the U.S., while also pulling the trigger on its first international locations.