Starting January 1, franchise royalty fees will rise from 4% to 5% for new locations in the U.S. and Canada.
If you're thinking about becoming a franchisee, find out what you're getting yourself into by reviewing this quick guide.
These franchises are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to inclusivity.
From banking to marketing to event planning, find out who to hire to help your business thrive.
Would You Turn Your Small Business Into a Franchise? Here's Why Everyone From Hardware Stores to Hot Dog Shops Are Doing It.
When you've put your blood, sweat and tears into building an independent business, it's hard to know if converting to franchise is selling out, or buying into something better. We talked to business owners across industries about how they made the decision, and to franchisors on why they're pursuing the conversion strategy.
She Competed On The U.S. Olympic Swim Team Before Becoming This Brand's Top Franchisee. Here's Her Winning Business Strategy.
Cammile Adams knows enthusiasm, expertise and common sense go a long way.
Vanesa Ellis was no expert in mosquitos or lawn care, but other experiences made her a perfect fit for two home-care brands.
'Nobody Helped Her Whatsoever': Elderly Woman Sues McDonald's For 'Severe Burns' After Spilling Hot Coffee
Mable Childress, a woman in her 80s, filed a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court last week.
This Southern Biscuit Business Was Taking Off When It's Founder Died Suddenly. Here's What Happened Next.
The team at Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken came to understand "the ultimate measure of a good leader."
The employee worked at a Taco Bell located in Oregon, Ohio.
It's time to break out your investigative hat and do your research.
It's not about developing and enforcing policy. It's about bringing habit into your organization until it becomes a part of your brand.
This Entrepreneur's Franchise Made More Than $1 Million This Year — And it All Started Because of a Devastating Water Leak
A homeowner saw a disaster, but this entrepreneur saw a gap in the market — and a franchise opportunity.
Making your side hustle a franchise allows you to take advantage of an established brand and proven business model while having the flexibility to manage your time and resources — and, in many cases, make full time money.
Knowing your audience is half the battle. Understanding how to best speak to them is just as critical.