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Franchise 500 - Page: 4
Powered by venture capital and Silicon Valley ingenuity, tech companies are finding new ways to make franchise systems faster, more efficient and better equipped to flourish during uncertain times.
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.
As Americans began working at their kitchen tables last year, a new kind of marketplace formed: Home-based workers were increasingly relying upon home-based franchisees. But what happens when everyone is allowed back into the office?
Young franchisees keep brands relevant with millennial and Gen Z customers, and with decades of career growth ahead of them, they can help bring long-term growth and continuity to franchise companies. So why don't we spend more time courting them?
Get to know the year's top trends and toughest brands, and explore what might be your best franchise opportunity.
The #2 company on our Franchise 500 list closed some stores during the pandemic, but new stores are seeing higher sales.
The #3 company on our Franchise 500 list met the pandemic with a socially-distant store redesign.
The #4 company on our Franchise 500 list wants to be one of the fastest-growing brands in the U.S.
The #5 company on our Franchise 500 list is now expanding into the Southeast.