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  • "Franchising" a player risks wreaking havoc on his morale.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • 'Franchising' development work to local faith groups or networks, partnering with such bodies on a long-term basis, can feel like a risk for governments or NGO's that have to preserve strict accountability for their electorates or donors; they may have to revisit what they take for granted about professional standards and the timescale of results, so as not to force local faith organisations into impossible changes of practice, that may in turn inhibit authentic grassroots participation (it's worth saying that this flexibility is no less desirable in the context of community regeneration funding regimes in this country).

    New Perspectives on Faith and Development

  • Hudson Library & Historical Society's Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research workshop, "Franchising"

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  • With the help of Robert Bond, publisher of Bond's Franchising Guides and chief executive of the World Franchising Network, a franchise database, Forbes weeded through the 100 most recognized franchise operators and found 20 that delivered the best bang for a franchisee's investment buck.

    The Top Franchises For The Money

  • With the help of Robert Bond, publisher of Bond's Franchising Guides and chief executive of the World Franchising Network, a franchise database, Forbes weeded through the 100 most recognized franchise operators and found 20 that delivered the best bang for a franchisee's investment buck.

    The Top Franchises For The Money

  • Many business owners who sell low-priced goods have found that the Dodd-Frank law is resulting in higher, not lower, swipe fee costs "Debit-Fee Cap Has Nasty Side Effect," Franchising, Dec. 8.

    Drawing Short Straw On Swipe Fee Costs

  • Franchising is really all about brand and consistency and for Le Mat, having an effective franchise model is about maintaining tight control over the brand and how the brand is "experienced" by guests from location to location.

    Franchising: Lessons from Europe

  • With the help of Robert Bond, publisher of Bond's Franchising Guides and chief executive of the World Franchising Network, a franchise database, Forbes weeded through the 100 most recognized franchise operators and found 20 that delivered the best bang for a franchisee's investment buck.

    The Top Franchises For The Money

  • Franchising means growth, and often on a large and rapid scale.

    Franchising: Lessons from Europe

  • Franchising is an opportunity for social enterprises to grow further, share their brands and show off their social models to a wider audience.

    Franchising: Lessons from Europe

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