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December 21, 2016

The Role of Conditional Use Permits in Expanding Your Franchise

It’s no secret that business often outpaces local regulations, city ordinances, or zoning regulations. When reviewing the rapid advance of the tech space or the current litigation following the mass spread of companies such as AirBnB or Uber, it’s apparent that many laws just haven’t caught up to today’s diverse business world. 


December 16, 2016

Death and Disability—Is Your Franchise Unit Protected?

It’s hard to consider certain possibilities in our life. Whether it’s creating a will, designing an exit plan, or getting affairs in order, people naturally stray away from activities that have to do with their potential demise or disability in the future. I admit planning for the possible early end to your life is never an ideal prospect.


December 6, 2016

Evaluating a Franchise Territory

Ultimately, the defining factor when reviewing territory comes down to a single question: “Do you have a large enough customer base to be successful?” While there are several components to that question, this is what you are looking to determine.