Expansion News-Church's Chicken, Papa John's <b></b>

entrepreneur daily

Atlanta-Church's Chicken, a division of AFCEnterprises Inc., entered into an agreement with franchisees Kevinand Aletha Whitfield to convert 21 company-operated restaurants inthe Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola, Florida, markets intofranchises. The Whitfields currently own 10 Church's franchisesin the South. -AFC Enterprises Inc.

Louisville, Kentucky-Papa John's International Inc.announced its growth plans for 2002, which includes 150 to 200restaurant openings, 50 to 100 potential restaurant closings anddomestic restaurant sales growth of 3 to 5 percent.-Business Wire

Editor's Pick


3 Common Myths About Franchising That You Need to Stop Believing

Tackling three myths about franchising and making the argument for why companies should consider the franchising model to scale their businesses and why it can be an excellent opportunity for entrepreneurs to create economic and social value.


Enhance Your Website's Visibility and Dominate Your Competition With These Powerful Techniques

Mastering backlinks and content intent is key to ranking higher on search engines. Our guide can help you learn the right techniques and strategies for improving your backlinks and content quality.


5 Ways to Network Your Way to Business Growth and Wealth

Mastering the art of networking will enhance your abilities and opportunities to create the business growth and wealth you desire.


Why Saying "I Don't Know" Makes You a Better Leader

Great leaders do not have all the answers. "I don't know" may come across as three simple, innocuous words, but they do have the power to make business stronger.

Business News

Red Lobster Changed Its 'Endless Shrimp' Promotion After Losing $11 Million in One Quarter — Now It's Hauling Out Another All-You-Can-Eat Deal

The restaurant chain reported a record $12.5 million operating loss in the fourth quarter of 2023.


SMART Goals May Be Holding You Back — Try This Effective Goal-Setting Technique Instead

Everyone suggests SMART goals, but this framework is flawed. Learn why and how to create goals properly — ones that you can actually achieve.