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3 primary options for managing Covid’s effects on exit strategies and succession planning in 2021
  • Carty Davis
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Did you know business growth and acquisition are critical components of successful succession planning?
  • Kendall Rawls
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To make a deal today, sellers must factor in Covid’s effects on their segment and their brand, as well as unit performance
  • Carty Davis
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Preparing for a sale means aligning strategy, getting your financial house in order, and developing a plan for execution.
  • Carty Davis
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Three Steps To Follow To Ensure You Protect Your Culture And Legacy When Selling Or Buying.
  • Kendall Rawls
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MVP Mega Growth Leadership Award winner Doug Pak operates 72 Papa John's, 50 Hardee's
  • Helen Bond
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You Need To Be Planning With 'The End' In Mind. You Have A Responsibility To The Organization To Prepare For Your Eventual Exit.
  • David Weaver
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Learn To Recognize Red Flags That Can Tip You Off To When A Business Sale Is Just Not Right.
  • David Ostrowe
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When You Sell A Business You Need To Have a Plan For What You Are Going To Do After The Deal Is Done.
  • David Ostrowe
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Why You Need A "Book Of Business" That Contains Every Aspect Of The Business Sale, Including A Non-Disclosure.
  • David Ostrowe
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The Role of Cost of Goods, Labor, and Overtime When Considering the Sale of a Business.
  • David Ostrowe
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Determining when to sell your real estate and properly posting revenue to the P&L.
  • David Ostrowe
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Do you have realistic expectations on the valuation of your business?
  • David Ostrowe
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If you're wanting to sell a franchise unit, you better have your financials in order.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee
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You think you're ready to sell? You're mad and frustrated with your franchisor? They don't care or understand your struggles? Maybe you're ready to retire or just to do something else.
  • David Ostrowe
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For decades now, franchised concepts have attracted consumers and investors alike, who often feel compelled by one simple notion: they know what they are going to get. Whether it's a familiar menu or a stable cash flow, recognizable brands put people at ease.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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A session at this year's Multi-Unit Franchising Conference featured three experienced franchisees sharing their insight to getting the most out of a business sale.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee
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For a very long time, franchisees and franchisors maintained an arm's-length relationship: the franchisee sent the franchisor a sales report and a royalty check each month and the franchisor pretty much left them alone.
  • Rod Bristol
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An exit strategy doesn't have to represent the fear of letting go but can actually give you more control and put you in the driver's seat of your business.
  • Dan Schneider
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No one ever said franchise growth was easy. Operating one or two locations is hard enough, but growing to 10, 20, or more is challenging for even the most seasoned operators--especially if any of their new builds or acquisitions turns out to be a poor performer.
  • Kerry Pipes
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Conventional wisdom says it makes sense for multi-unit franchisees with food brands to stick with food as they expand. Ahmed El-Hawary doesn't see it that way.
  • Debbie Selinsky
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Themes of resiliency and optimism within the franchise community permeated the air at this year's Multi-Unit Franchising Conference at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, March 27-29.
  • Multi-Unit Franchisee
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During the initial stages of an exit strategy engagement with our clients, we spend considerable time gaining a full understanding the client's business.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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We have made progress digging our way out of the pit of economic meltdown we tumbled into in 2007, but we certainly have a long way to go before we experience the vibrant economy we enjoyed in much of the 1990s and the early to mid-2000s.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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When sellers are contemplating a decision regarding the sale of their business, they overwhelmingly select the bidder with the highest price, only to find afterward that this might not have been the best decision for their circumstances.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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Interest rates right now are low—very low. They've been low for a while. And they're expected to remain low for the foreseeable future
  • Dean Zuccarello
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Gordon Gekko, the main character in the 1987 blockbuster film Wall Street, quickly became a popular cultural icon of unrestrained greed.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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Over the past 25 years, franchising has continued to develop and become more sophisticated. The reins of the franchisor have passed from the pioneering founders to established management teams with significant industry experience. Today, many of these companies are publicly traded or majority-owned by institutional equity investors.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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As we work our way out of the current recession, we are already starting to see early signs of life in the merger and acquisition market.
  • Dean Zuccarello
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When Cheryl Robinson went to work as a bookkeeper at a Southern California Supercuts salon in 1980, she knew nothing about franchising. Worse than that, she had "the world's worst hair. My idea of a good 'do' was a bikini scarf and hair tape on my bangs," she jokes. "I had curly, unruly hair and was using terrible products. I quickly learned that Prell--since it could hold up a pearl--was drying the holy hell out of my hair."
  • Debbie Selinsky
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