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February 21, 2017

Are Public Figures an Asset to Your Franchise?

We’ve all taken note when a celebrity comes to the stage for a product. How could you forget the iconic Air Jordans that dominated streets in the 80s and 90s? Every time you pass Chanel at the mall, images of Nicole Kidman in a stunning pink gown running through the streets of New York come to mind. Recently you might have even given Wild Turkey’s bourbon a second chance based on Matthew McConaughey’s behind-the-scenes look at the distillery. 

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February 10, 2017

Marijuana Franchises in California? Think Again

California’s recent legalization of recreational marijuana caused a giant stir in the business world. With any high-growth industry, entrepreneurs are forming what’s being referred to as the “green rush” to stake roots in the country’s most populous state. Some would argue it’s the most motivated effort we’ve seen from this community since the sixties. 

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January 3, 2017

The Best Legal Structure When Buying an Existing Franchise

Purchasing an existing franchise helps reduce risk. Rather than vetting a franchise with the hope that it thrives in your specific region, the current operator has already proven the model in the region. It’s running, operating, and hopefully making substantial profits.

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December 21, 2016

The Role of Conditional Use Permits in Expanding Your Franchise

It’s no secret that business often outpaces local regulations, city ordinances, or zoning regulations. When reviewing the rapid advance of the tech space or the current litigation following the mass spread of companies such as AirBnB or Uber, it’s apparent that many laws just haven’t caught up to today’s diverse business world. 

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