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Discover best practices for training and retaining great talent in your organization. Great people are the key to a successful business, and training is a critical element of the onboarding process. As part of your search for a new franchise opportunity, learn how to evaluate the training programs that brands provide as part of their business offering.

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Clayton Kendall provides franchise communities nationwide with comprehensive branded merchandise programs leading to greater brand exposure, cost-savings, streamlined operations and brand compliance.
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