Domino’s Pizza has appointed Maxus to lead the company’s media strategy across Australia and New Zealand.
Barking Mad, which provides a home from home pet care service franchise, is set to expand its concept in the USA.
Burger King’s 2009 campaign selling quarter-pound, double cheeseburgers for $1 sold thousands of discounted sandwiches and created immeasurable publicity for the corporation.
According to a report published on the website, nebusiness.co.uk, the photography franchise, Photography for Little People, which was founded by Jan Massey and daughter Melanie Crow in 2005, is looking to move onto the US market.
Dunkin’ Donuts is recruiting franchisees for Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Houston and Waco, Texas; Lincoln and Omaha, Neb.; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla.; as well as Santa Fe and Albuquerque, N.M.
As the economy continues to languish and many wonder how they will make ends meet, San Antonio college student Elizabeth (Liz) Tiend is “carving” her own path.
Catastrophe is a powerful agent for invention.
When it came to the task of digging through the rubble of the Twin Towers, humans were for one of the first times ever working alongside robots: Packbots made by iRobot under a DARPA research fund, were “literally pulled out of the laboratory and taken to 9/11.”
As if the U.S.
Leeds-based Auditel Cost and Purchase Management Consultant franchisee David Powell is going up in the world!