Franchise operators must be able to adapt to remain competitive in a challenging business environment where consumer confidence has yet to fully rebound to levels seen before the economy fell into recession, said attendees at the International Franchise Association convention this week. Franchisors and franchisees from across the country gathered in Orlando, Fla., at the IFA’s 52nd annual event to discuss such topics as how to grow in a sluggish economy, why it is important to ...

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