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Informative articles to support business buyers, franchisees, and franchisors in Guatemala.

Papa John’s expands partnership with its largest franchisee to open more than 220 restaurants in Latin America and Europe
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 1,994 Reads 3 Shares
Workout Anytime signs 1st international deal with a 6-country master franchise agreement.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 2,972 Reads 3 Shares
9Round kickboxing franchise made Spain its 20th country as global expansion continued in 2019.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 5,099 Reads 31 Shares
2020 perspectives on international franchise development opportunities.
  • William Edwards
  • 7,818 Reads 84 Shares
2020 perspectives on international franchise development for the U.S., Canada, and Central America.
  • William Edwards
  • 4,395 Reads 21 Shares
IHOP opens in Ecuador with a 15-unit deal; Peru is next with a 25-unit deal.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 5,312 Reads 48 Shares
San Martín Artisan Bakery & Restaurant, a family-owned brand from Guatemala, chooses Dallas for its first U.S. location.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 4,784 Reads 12 Shares
U.S. fitness brands continue their quest for global domination.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 4,196 Reads 39 Shares
9Round enters its 17th and 18th countries with studios in Ireland and Guatemala.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 4,786 Reads 73 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
  • 22,093 Reads 34 Shares
Rebranding a major chain is never easy, but when your brand's historic roots run deep, there is even more on the line.
  • Tim Pulido
  • 5,366 Reads 8 Shares
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As savvy franchise companies continue to flourish in a volatile economy, FUSR continues to bring you good news each month, highlighting brands that are adding units, increasing comp store sales, striking deals with investors, innovating, and continuing to grow, whether domestically or overseas.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 5,120 Reads 429 Shares
Pollo Campero will open three Houston locations by year-end featuring its new design and menu.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 3,896 Reads 119 Shares
Build-A-Bear Workshop, in partnership with WiredSafety.org, is promoting October as "Stop Cyberbullying Month" at its stores and in its online virtual world, buildabearville.com. Cyberbullying, a growing problem among children, tweens, and teens, made national headlines in 2006 when a 13-year-old girl committed suicide after being bullied online by a group that included the mother of one of her former friends. The franchisor is focusing on online safety education and how to help prevent cyberbullying through several programs, by providing activities and materials to promote safe online 
play for kids, and by participating in a Stop Cyberbullying Coalition event on Capitol Hill on October 13.
  • Franchise Update
  • 3,223 Reads 3 Shares
USA Insulation, based in Eastlake, Ohio, has added four new franchise locations to serve Chicago, Omaha, Central New Jersey, and Portland, Maine. Interest in insulation has grown in recent years as homeowners hit by the economic downturn and rising energy costs seek to reduce their monthly gas and electric bills - good news for this franchisor. "Aside from the typical reasons for insulating a home, many of our new customers have wanted to take advantage of the energy tax credit," says company President Patrick Pitrone. "Adding home insulation now can get you a 30 percent federal energy tax credit of up to $1,500."
  • Franchise Update
  • 3,555 Reads
There is no better way to appreciate the popularity and economic buoyancy of franchising south of the border than to have witnessed the phenomenon of the 29th International Franchise Fair, held from March 8 to 10 at Mexico City's World Trade Center. This three-day event rivals franchise trade expos in any other part of the globe. The event receives almost unprecedented press and TV media attention and typically delivers a high-profile exposure of both Mexican and non-Mexican franchise brands.
  • Charles Weeks
  • 2,554 Reads 11 Shares
Fast food chicken franchising has come a long way from 1939, when Colonel Harlan Sanders introduced Kentucky Fried Chicken. Since then, brands like Church's, Chester's, and Popeyes have spread the gospel of fried chicken not only across the continent, but across the world. Fried chicken has become American as apple pie, and everybody wants a piece.
  • Eddy Goldberg
  • 1,557 Reads 13 Shares
In 1996, a young London inventor asked British franchise veteran Victor Clewes whether he should franchise or sell the innovative machine he'd created for filtering used cooking oil. Clewes had never set foot in a commercial kitchen, but it didn't take him long to see that Jason Sayers was sitting on a franchising goldmine.
  • Deb Selinsky
  • 3,610 Reads 15 Shares

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