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June 2022
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Buying a Restaurant Franchise

Do you have what it takes to be a successful restaurateur? Our franchise expert offers some words of wisdom.

The Founders of Cousins Maine Lobster Grow By Treating Everyone Like Cousins

They look for franchisees that feel like they could be family.

Why People are Rethinking Retirement and Franchising Instead

The past couple of years have upended long-held ideas about life and work.

Inbox Zero Is a Fantasy. I'm Trying for Calendar Zero Instead.

You can't control who reaches out or asks for your time. But you can control who you give it to.

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How Taco Bell Became the Top Franchise in the World

The brand's secret hot sauce is letting its franchisees take risks that lead to innovation. That willingness to entertain big ideas has won the company the #1 spot on our Franchise 500 ranking for the second year in a row.

Here's Why Chicken Franchises Are Booming

Entrepreneur's Franchise 500 ranking tracks the hottest food categories, and we've seen chicken surging for years. Here's why.

Order Up: As Fast Food Continues to Turn Vegan, What's Next?

Vegetarian in 30 minutes or less: how quick service restaurants are diving headfirst into the plant-based food space.

These "French Tacos" Were a Sensation In Europe, But Flopped in the U.S. What Went Wrong?

The French franchise O'Tacos is rapidly expanding across Europe, but failed to find its footing with its first outpost in the U.S. What should its fellow foreign companies know about coming to the U.S.? And how can American partners profit from their unique ideas?

For a College Project, He Envisioned a Seafood Boil Business. Then He Graduated and Turned It Into a Franchise.

After inaugurating its franchise program in a challenging year, Outer Banks Boil Company is eyeing future success.

This Family of Tropical Smoothie Cafe Franchisees Is Using Their Business to Build Community

Toya Evans and her daughters aren't just running a franchise business. They're strengthening their family, their community, and the fortune of future franchisees.

This Restaurant Just Launched 8 New Brands. Sales Boomed.

To boost sales during the pandemic, the founders of Dog Haus flooded the delivery apps with virtual restaurants that operate out of existing franchise kitchens. They've been so valuable that they're now here to stay.

How to Save Restaurants? Meet "the Airbnb and Match.com of Food"

It's called Franklin Junction, it's rethinking what a restaurant kitchen is for.

When a Company Outgrows Its Founders: How a Little Breakfast Chain Plans to Go Big

Eggs Up Grill is a quirky, homegrown, Southeast breakfast chain. With new owners and a mandate to grow, the brand has a delicate balance to strike.

Can Jon Taffer Fix Franchise Restaurants?

The Bar Rescue star is out to perfect food-service franchising with Taffer's Tavern, a low-cost, high-quality sous-vide concept.

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