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The 3 Best Things I Heard at Google

Thanks to Google’s franchise team for hosting several Franchise brands, Google partners, and other marketers at last week’s Google International Franchise Assembly Summit.

We saw many fantastic presentations from Google at GIFA. 102 more words

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What’s Your Personal Brand?

I am honored to speak as part of a panel about personal branding in digital media and represent Manalto at this upcoming event hosted by The WFN next Tuesday evening in Atlanta. 249 more words

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Franchise Group Will Continue To Fight Seattle Minimum Wage

SEATTLE (AP) — An international group that lost its latest court battle to block Seattle’s new minimum wage law says it will keep on fighting. 114 more words


Big Fast Food Opposes Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage

By Ned Resnikoff

A federal judge in Seattle heard arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit challenging the city’s $15 minimum wage on constitutional grounds. The International Franchise Association (IFA) — an industry group representing both small franchisees and powerful franchisors such as the McDonald’s Corp. 269 more words

News From The Soul Brother

Chair Melanie Bergeron takes seat on IFA board

History was made February 18 as TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® International, Inc. Chair Melanie Bergeron became just the third woman to take over as chair of the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) executive board. 715 more words


Drive Franchise Development through Social Selling With LinkedIn

This article first appeared in the August 2014 Issue of Franchising World Magazine, Convention Planning for Success.  I would like to say a huge thank you to publisher Stephen Caldeira, Executive Editor Alisha Harrison and Publishing Manager Laura Fenwick for the opportunity to have a by-line in this months edition.

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Discrimination: Group of Seattle Franchise Businesses Sue to Stop $15 Minimum Wage 

For the Los Angeles TimesMaria L. La Ganga reports: Five Puget Sound business owners and a trade group based in Washington, D.C., filed suit in federal court Wednesday to stop Seattle from enacting a $15-an-hour minimum wage, which would be the highest in the nation when it takes effect. 477 more words

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