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best restaurant franchise

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emily blunt's curator insight, February 6, 2013 9:02 PM
Blimpie is a respected restaurant business franchise brand among the best quick-service restaurant category. Renowned for offering only the highest best quality restaurant products for more than four decades, people everywhere recognize the quality as
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I want to be a Franchisee: Step 3 -Choosing the Right Location, pt. 2

I want to be a Franchisee: Step 3 -Choosing the Right Location, pt. 2 | Franchising- WISE | Scoop.it

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Zippy Shell Chapel Hill Durham's curator insight, January 29, 2013 12:41 PM

Case in point - the Triangle is an excellent location, central enough for us to help as many customers around the area as possible.

ZippyShellUSA's curator insight, February 4, 2013 11:11 AM

Advice about choosing the right Franchising opportunity for YOU.
Interested in Franchising with Zippy Shell USA? Check out the opprtunity: http://www.zippyshell.com/franchise-opportunities/

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Globalization, Corporations and Franchises

Globalization, Corporations and Franchises | Franchising- WISE | Scoop.it

McDonald's and Starbucks can be seen as emblematic of the forces of globalization and the 'victors' of process as forcefully displayed in this graphic.  The local distinctive menu (not to mention the chef with a flair) typically loses out to the replicable, standardized and the familiar.  How come?  When is this not the case?  How does this change economics or culture? As a counter-point to globalization benefiting the chains, see how 'Yelp!' is reducing chains market share.


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M1 ECOM - EJCAM 2015's curator insight, February 11, 2015 3:50 PM

Le graphique ci dessus  représente l'importante des entreprises agro-alimentaires américaines dans le phénomène de Mondialisation : concernant les ventes,  McDonald's arrive en première position suivi de Burger King et KFC. Mc Donald's est l'emblème de l'implantation américaine dans les pays du monde entier. 

Isabella El-Hage's curator insight, March 18, 2015 5:03 PM

This article links to Unit Three through "Globalization". This image shows how McDonald's and Starbucks has connected different parts of the world. Even these two power stores are seen everywhere, and some may argue it can result in place-lessness, this image shows how it can interconnect different countries. Starbucks depends on 19 different countries to make a single cup, and gets products from some of the richest and some of the poorest countries. McDonald's is seen around the world, and adapts to the different countries it has stores in. McDonald's employs more than 1.5 million people, and makes $41 billion in revenue. These two global stores are examples of globalization. 

Raychel Johnson's curator insight, May 24, 2015 9:07 PM

Summary: This graph shows where Starbucks and McDonald's is mostly consumed, as well as the revenues that they make compared to other restaurants as well as the country of Afghanistan. It also shows where the resources come from that go into one cup of coffee. This graph really emphasizes how pop culture has diffused across the world, and how it affects economies and how it ties in many different countries into the simple process of making a cup of coffee. 

 

Insight: This is a pretty clear example of globalization and how things like food can spread to become a part of worldwide culture. This also shows the division of labour by showing where the coffee, paper, and sugar come from that go into coffee. This can demonstrate which countries are developed and developing through the division of labour.