Continued from page 1 Growing overseas was clearly a topic of interest during the convention, with attendees packing standing-room-only into sessions offering insight. Of the Top 200 franchising chains in the U.S., 34 percent of their units are now in other countries, and that number is expected to climb, said Philip Zeidman, senior partner with DLA Piper LLP. “For those of you who are not yet international, the writing is on the wall,” he said. Nearly 80 percent of ...

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