By now, most major restaurant brand owners are considering licensing or have licensed their brand into retail grocery. Extending a restaurant brand can provide the owner with significant incremental revenue to the bottom line. Often, this revenue is equivalent to 10 to 30 units’ operating profit without the capital expense risk. As restaurants contemplate licensing as a platform for growth, there are some considerations and questions that typically arise. 1. Will it cannibalize my ...
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