It’s the last month of the year. Really?
I hope it was a good year for you-whether you’re a franchise/small business owner or an employee.
Let’s take a look at what’s happening in business.
Franchise Business And Small Business Links For December
Every month, ADP comes up with an employment report that focuses on the franchise sector of small business.
From the ADP website:
The ADP National Franchise Report, the first and only report of its kind, is a monthly snapshot of the current U.S. non-farm private franchise employment situation based on actual transactional payroll data.
Let’s take a look at last month’s numbers.
Are you old enough to remember Arthur Treacher’s Fish & Chips? If so, great. If not, well…
It seems that there’s a new entry into the fast seafood market; go brit! fish + chips®
From their website:
go brit! is one of the only chippies (fish-and-chip shops) that sell widely popular British comfort food in a fast-casual service format. The eatery takes fish and chips to a whole new culinary level, just as many “better burger” joints have done with the everyday hamburger, resulting in the creation of a whole new industry.
Currently, franchise opportunities are being offered to residents of the eastern portion of the U.S.
Food franchise growth-the number of people building large food franchise organizations, is increasing, according to an article in Nation’s Restaurant News.
The first Junkluggers franchise has just opened in Texas. Congrats to hardworking CEO Josh Cohen!
AAMCO, the automotive transmission repair franchise has just announced a partnership with Global Powertrain Systems (GPS). Because of this new arrangement, AAMCO franchisees now have instant access to a vertically integrated supply chain with preferred pricing on the brand’s core transmission category. More than 70 percent of the brand’s franchise owners across the country now have the ability to have a high-quality remanufactured transmission with a better warranty delivered to their service center the next day.
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