In restaurant franchising, much of the recent news about growth and development has centered on big deals involving large, multiunit operators. But while the multiunit franchise operators get most of the headlines — and in many cases, most of the bank financing — they are only a small, if growing, part of the growth plans for Huddle House, the Atlanta-based franchisor of more than 400 family-dining restaurants. Chief development officer Jonathan Benjamin shared that 63 percent of ...

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