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Browse our selection of franchise articles and features to help further your knowledge in opening and operating a franchise business. Our exclusive features cover the , , , , , , and site of the franchise business. Written by the editorial team that produces Franchise Update Magazine and Multi-Unit Franchisee Magazine, the franchise industries premier magazines.

U.K.'s CrepeAffaire wants to be the U.S.'s first national crepe chain
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 1,996 Reads 69 Shares
William Gabbard named president of Edwards Global Services
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 1,926 Reads 36 Shares
If you're thinking of expanding abroad, you'd be wise to answer these critical questions first!
  • Rebecca Viani
  • 2,171 Reads 3 Shares
How to qualify franchise brokers and consultants for international expansion.
  • Joyce Mazero and Michael Seid
  • 1,863 Reads 16 Shares
Before venturing abroad, be sure you have your supply chain firmly in place
  • William Edwards
  • 2,152 Reads 5 Shares
Ranking the top 10 international markets for U.S. firms
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 2,454 Reads 16 Shares
Blaze Pizza "forward invested" to build the infrastructure for global expansion from the start
  • Carolyne Canady
  • 2,557 Reads 7 Shares
Going international? Be sure to use a letter of credit to reduce your risk!
  • Joyce Mazero
  • 2,254 Reads 15 Shares
Burger King boosts global supply chain capabilities with SAP in new project in Korea
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 5,124 Reads 65 Shares
Russo's New York Pizzeria continues international growth with its 7th restaurant in Dubai
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 1,560 Reads
Before expanding abroad, be sure you've considered these 6 pieces of advice
  • John Kersh
  • 2,435 Reads 21 Shares
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Micro-franchising is a way to expand your brand internationally - and provide social good through economic development in LDCs.
  • Joyce Mazero
  • 2,570 Reads 17 Shares
Pokéworks teams up with Japan's Toridoll Holdings to accelerate international expansion
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 2,270 Reads 24 Shares
9Round kickboxing turns 10 and continues to grow internationally with 3 new overseas deals
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 2,243 Reads 10 Shares
Before investing in international franchising, read this first!
  • Joyce Mazero and Michael Seid
  • 2,213 Reads 2 Shares
Entrepreneur ranks the top 200 U.S. brands looking to expand internationally
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 5,403 Reads 9 Shares
Consumers in China now have access to hand-rolled soft pretzels thanks to Auntie Anne's opening its first location in the country this summer -- and there are more to come.
  • Auntie Anne's
  • 3,416 Reads 132 Shares
At Franchise Update Media we have made it our business for more than three decades to be the premier authority and resource for franchise information, education, and opportunities. Through our two magazines, three conferences, four newsletters, and content-rich website, we continue to bring timely, relevant, and useful news and information to franchisees, franchisors, and opportunity seekers.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 2,946 Reads 4 Shares
An international presence can add prestige to a brand, instill pride in employees and franchisees, and add to a company's bottom line. For franchisors going international, selecting the right markets and franchisees will greatly improve their chances of success. If not carried out correctly, however, this can also be a costly drain on a company's time, energy, and money.
  • Kay Ainsley
  • 2,363 Reads 3 Shares
By now, bitcoin has become a household word. The idea of a digital, unregulated "cryptocurrency" elicits strong responses. Some have heralded bitcoin as revolutionary. Others, such as JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, denounced it as a "fraud." But in January of this year, Dimon walked that comment back, and declared, “The blockchain is real.” Why the change?
  • Joyce Mazero and William Sentell
  • 3,426 Reads 21 Shares
China is hot, as is much of Asia. So is Latin America. Hot for what? For expansion-minded U.S. franchise brands seeking growth opportunities. In a trend that accelerated with the onset of the Great Recession, U.S. franchisors have been looking overseas with greater focus for the past three-plus years.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 17,295 Reads 4 Shares
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As the American economy staggered in the last few years of the 21st century's first decade, many U.S.-based franchisors began to search for growth opportunities overseas, casting a serious eye at international expansion. And from overseas, foreign-based franchisors saw depressed U.S. real estate prices and increased availability of prime locations as an opportunity to penetrate the U.S. market and establish a beachhead with American consumers.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 13,114 Reads 1 Shares
Spanish Franchise Association GM Eduardo Abadia talks about franchising in Spain. The Spanish franchise market is healthy, growing, and receptive to new brands. But Abadia says there are some key guidelines that franchise brands must consider when coming to Spain.
  • Spanish Franchise Association
  • 3,046 Reads 10 Shares
The economic power of minorities in franchising has been rising steadily in the past several decades. The reasons are not complicated: the number of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, and Native Americans has grown steadily as a percentage of the United States population.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 21,437 Reads 6 Shares
Angelo Freites spent years on the road overseeing restaurant operations of large franchise portfolios before he made the move to go solo so he could remain closer to home.
  • Helen Bond
  • 7,411 Reads 4 Shares
Since the invention of the first car in 1886, many business opportunities have emerged in the automotive sector including a variety of automotive franchises.
  • Emma Pearson
  • 17,116 Reads 83 Shares
The franchise model appeals to people seeking financial security and schedule flexibility, which is a combination that is rarely found in corporate America.
  • Emma Pearson
  • 30,934 Reads 438 Shares
Each year we work with FRANdata to compile a list of the country's largest multi-unit franchisee organizations. Based on total unit count, the rankings show not only the number of units these "mega" franchisees operate, but also their brands.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee
  • 10,604 Reads 99 Shares
Tracy Bouwens was a stay-at-home mom who never stayed home in Omaha when her discovery of Scooter's Coffee piqued her entrepreneurial instincts.
  • Debbie Selinsky
  • 9,584 Reads 2 Shares
As we near the perpetual end-of-year market ritual of review and predict, we suspect that few strategists called this year's twists and turns in the domestic and geopolitical scenes with any great degree of accuracy.
  • Carol M. Schleif
  • 9,166 Reads 10 Shares
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