Franchisors adopting a more involved approach to franchisee financing
As the economy continues to struggle and fears of a double-dip recession intensify, restaurant franchisors are embracing new tactics to help secure financing for franchisees who want to grow but lack the funding. With the current lending climate showing few signs of improvement, restaurant chains are stepping in to help both incipient and veteran franchisees who might require capital for anything from equipment upgrades to opening a first store. Marco’s Pizza developed several ...
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