- n. Plural form of franchisee.
“Anon, the concept of "innocent franchisees" is rather interesting.”
“But on the other hand, the franchisees are the ones who put a lot of investment into making the pie.”
“They also started a convention for franchisees which is in its second year.”
“Since India does not permit foreign direct investment (FDI) by multi - brand retailers, foreign investment has taken the form of wholesale (or "cash and carry") trading enterprises, or partnerships with Indian "franchisees" who own the retail outlets.”
“McDonald's said today it and its franchisees are looking to hire as many as 50,000 new crew and restaurant management workers across the country during a hiring event on April 19.”
“McDonald's said it and its franchisees will spend more than $518 million in wages and salaries in the coming year, and that the 50,000 more hires will translate to $54 million more in payroll taxes for the economy.”
“On this self-proclaimed National Hiring Day, McDonald's and its franchisees plan to recruit as many as 50,000 U.S. employees to add to its roughly 600,000-member ranks.”
“McDonald's Corp. said the company and its franchisees are looking to hire as many as 50,000 people at U.S. restaurants during an April 19 hiring event.”
“It also has tried to lure customers by promising everyday low prices, a strategy many franchisees fear will tighten the squeeze on their profits.”
“Jason Medders, a Quiznos owner in Milledgeville, Ga., said he has faced the same challenges as other franchisees but that his store is profitable because "I go out there and work it every day.”
‘franchisees’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for franchisees.