Access to capital, health-care legislation and social media dominated many of the seminars and networking sessions this week at the International Franchise Association’s 51st annual convention. While attendees explored a variety of topics ranging from nontraditional locations to international operations, those three issues were top of mind for the 2,800 franchisors, franchisees and vendors gathered Feb. 13 through Feb. 16 in Las Vegas. “Clearly, the IFA’s No. 1 issue ...

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