A larger number of franchisors are acting as bankers for their franchisees as the industry emerges from the recession and liquidity remains tight. A panel discussion at the International Franchise Association convention this week focused on how restaurant companies and other franchisors have developed programs over the years to help franchisees secure growth capital. It's a situation that may be the "new normal" for franchise systems. “As funding became more difficult over ...

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