This year’s Restaurant Finance and Development Conference was another great opportunity for investors, companies needing capital and intermediaries to network. Based on my conversations, there is significant interest in investing in and lending to the industry. Investors largely fall into two camps: those looking for proven fast-casual chains with strong unit economics and significant green space for unit expansion, and those seeking to acquire franchisees of well-established national ...

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