In the June issue of Minnesota Real Estate Journal, Linda Cross and Daniel Jensen take a closer look at surveys in their article “Benefits and uses of surveys in commercial transactions.” The authors consider the types of due diligence typically incorporated in a survey and the costs involved in obtaining a survey. They focus on . . .
This issue of the Monitor features the top 200 franchisees, proving once again the scope and importance of franchising in restaurants. There were winners and losers from the pandemic, but there is one constant: most franchisors tried to take advantage of the resulting dining shifts by providing new ideas, and if needed, help to franchisees. . . .
We are all anxious to get our restaurants reopened. And therefore, we are all anxious to come up with new ideas to attract back our customers and attract new ones. But keep in mind one thing that has held true in the restaurant industry for 100 years: Each restaurant unit needs to be economically sound . . .