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Street Smart Franchising: A Must Read Before You Buy a Franchise!
Joe Mathews, Don DeBolt and Deb PercivalTHE INSIDER'S GUIDE TO BUYING, OWNING AND OPERATING A FRANCHISE. Prepping you for what it takes to succeed in franchising, franchise experts Joe Mathews, Don DeBolt and Deb Percival deliver an insider's view of how franchising works, imparting real-world tactics and strategies, and empowering you to decide if franchising is for you. Street Smart Franchising is the kind of book I wish every one of our current and prospective franchisees would take the time to read. It beautifully captures the challenges of owning and operating a franchise business along with practical guidance on how to make it work. Anyone considering a franchise investment will make a better investment decision by reading this down-to-earth self help book. Don't miss it!" -- David McKinnon, chairman/CEO, Service Brands International: Molly Maid, 1-800 Dryclean, Mr. Handyman, Ductz "Twenty-five years ago when I became a franchisee of the Great American Cookie Company, this book would have saved me a world of grief. Street Smart Franchising lays it out. No sugar coating. It’s a realistic guide on how to make one the most important decisions of your life." -- Lawrence (Doc) Cohen, past chairman, International Franchise Association, franchisee of 21 units - Great American Cookie Company, Pretzel Time, and Coffee Beanery. "At the International Franchise Association, we were privy to all the fine books on franchising. What's truly unique about Street Smart Franchising is the carefully crafted treatment of how emotions and behavior influence success. It's another must read for any prospective franchisee--good stuff for folks who have been in the business a while too." -- Matt Shay, past president, International Franchise Association Joe Mathews has held management roles with such national chains as Subway, Blimpie, Motophoto and the Entrepreneur's Source. Don DeBolt is a former president of the International Franchise Association. Deb Percival works in franchise development.
Is Your Business Right For Franchising?
Jr. Ralph MassettiThis book is written to offer would-be Franchisors the virtual experience and benefit of personally speaking with an expert Franchise Consultant about franchising their business. It provides straight-talk advice concerning every business and personal consideration which needs to be contemplated when deciding whether to franchise a business including: Whether your business is ready to franchise, Options for expanding your business, What to expect as a Franchisor, Introduction to the franchise development process, Branding and marketing for Franchisors, Other factors that impact your chances for success, Choosing a Franchise Developer, Sample Uniform Franchise Offering Circular (UFOC) and more. Ralph Massetti is President & CEO of The Franchise Builders, a franchise consulting, development, marketing and technology firm. He also holds a Bachelors and Master Degree in Business Administration, and is a candidate for the prestigious Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) designation.
Prentice Hall Dictionary of Culinary Arts, The (Trade Version) (2nd Edition)
Gaye Ingram, Steven R. Labensky and Sarah R. LabenskyThis unique exceptionally comprehensive dictionary contains over 25,000 entries covering food identification, preparation and cooking methods, nutrition, sanitation, tools and equipment, wine, beer and spirits, cigars, international foods, food chemistry, historical and cultural terms, hospitality terms and prepared dishes. Authoritative yet concise entries Accurate use of capitalization and accent marks Simple, alphabetical listing for all entries, including abbreviations Extensive cross-references 285 line drawings Easy to read typeface and format Phonetic pronunciation guides Additionally, there are 14 appendices covering areas such as: metric conversions, measurement equivalents, commonly used international terms, sugar cooking temperatures, oversized wine bottles and more!  
So You Want to Franchise Your Business
Harold Kestenbaum and Adina Genn“This book is great. Definitively a best seller. It should be the number one consultation reference book for anyone related to the franchise business. Congratulations Harold!” Tomas, Chairman of The Taco Maker in San Juan, PR Turn Your Business Into A Franchise Harold Kestenbaum has worked with more than 100 businesses in their franchising efforts including such household names as Sbarro and Nathan's. A 30-year veteran of franchise law and a board member of four major franchise companies, he and Adina Genn, an award-winning journalist, have joined forces to teach you the secrets to turning your business into a successful franchise. If you're interested in using this profitable strategy to expand your business, you'll get an in-depth look at how to evaluate your business concept, determine if your business is a candidate for franchising, implement the franchise process, and build a thriving franchise. Well-known entrepreneurs who successfully franchised their business, including Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca and CEO of the Dwyer Group Dina Dwyer-Owens, offer detailed, in-the-trenches guidance and information. These experts speak frankly about the tactics you can use to market, sell, and build your franchise while offering insider advice to help you avoid the pitfalls of business growth. Step-By-Step Guide To The Franchising Process Low-Cost Ways To Grow A Franchise In The Startup Phase Franchise A Concept For Less Than $100,000 Best Practices From Top Franchisors And Franchisees
Franchise Bible (Franchise Bible: How to Buy a Franchise or Franchise Your Own Business)
Erwin KeupHow To Buy A Franchise Or Franchise Your Own Business Are you thinking of buying a franchise or franchising your own business? This indispensable guide tells you how to do it--and save time and money in the process. Franchise expert Erwin Keup shares 35 years of franchise experience to reveal what to expect and how to avoid costly mistakes. With the Franchise Bible, you learn to: Determine if owning a franchise is right for you Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of franchising Understand the legal terms and documents associated with franchising Navigate the offering circular and what items it should contain Decide whether you should buy a franchise or start your own Select the best methods for expanding your existing business Determine the optimum time to franchise your business Includes these samples of actual franchise documents: Offering Circular Franchise Agreements Franchise Application Form Site Evaluation Form Operational Manual Outline Plus, this guide is packed with checklists to help you: Investigate franchisors Interview existing franchises Assess your suitability for running a franchise Prepare the required information before purchasing a franchise Whether you want to buy a franchise or franchise your own business, this guide is required reading. "Author and franchise lawyer Erwin J. Keup has made an exhaustive study of the franchise purchasing process and delivers his findings in concise, understandable language that has all you need to franchise with finesse." -- Entrepreneur Magazine "Kudos to author Erwin J. Keup. We like the book's easy-to-read style." --Small Business Opportunities magazine "Equally useful to prospective franchises and franchisors. Explains in detail what the franchise system entails and the precise benefits it offers." --Robert E. Bond & Jeffrey E. Bond, author of The Sourcebook of Franchise Opportunities
Franchise Bible (Franchise Bible: How to Buy a Franchise or Franchise Your Own Business)
Erwin KeupThe go-to book for franchise information, now in its sixth edition This proven, popular reference has been completely updated to better guide you through the current franchise environment. Real-life examples of both service- and product-oriented franchises and useful checklists prevent mistakes and save time and money. Contact information for state and federal franchising regulatory agencies and a listing of useful publications guide you to the resources you need. Robert Smith, founder of Granite Transformations, describes how he successfully opened franchises nationwide based on guidelines in previous editions
The Bar and Beverage Book
Costas Katsigris and Chris ThomasThe Bar and Beverage Book explains how to manage the beverage option of a restaurant, bar, hotel, country club—any place that serves beverages to customers.  It provides readers with the history of the beverage industry and appreciation of wine, beer, and spirits; information on equipping, staffing, managing, and marketing a bar; and the purchase and mixology of beverages.   New topics in this edition include changes to regulations regarding the service of alcohol, updated sanitation guidelines, updates to labor laws and the employment of staff, and how to make your operation more profitable. New trends in spirits, wine, and beer are also covered.
The Practical Distiller An Introduction To Making Whiskey, Gin, Brandy, Spirits, &c. &c. of Better Quality, and in Larger Quantities, than Produced by ... from the Produce of the United States
Samuel McHarry"The Practical Distiller," first published in 1809 when spirit distillation legal in the United States, describes the methods for making whiskey and other forms of liquor from the 1600's onward. "The Practical Distiller" has some unique stories about some of the old distilleries, and explains many things that were no doubt helpful to the brewers of that day. Section one discussed yeast, how to know when it is good or bad, how to renew it when it is sour, and the best yeast for daily use. A second section deals with hogsheads and how to sweeten them by scalding or burning. The third section covers how to mash and distill rye or corn, how to know when grain is scalded enough, and how to prevent hogsheads from "working over." Section four covers choosing the best rye and malt, how to grind Indian corn, hops, and building a malt kiln. Section five talks about singling, stalement, and distilling of different crops including buckwheat, potatoes, pumpions, peaches, turnips, and apples. Section six addresses the best methods of setting stills and preventing cracking, doubling stills, and heating more than one still with one fire or furnace. Section seven covers how to clarify whiskey and making Rye Whiskey, Apple Brandy, a Jamaica Spirit, Holland Gin, and country gin. It also discusses fining and coloring liquors, as well as a way to correct the taste of singed whiskey and gave an aged flavor to whiskey. The succeeding sections of "The Practical Distiller"discuss weather, ways to prevent a fire in the distillery, duties of hired distillers, and profitability for the owner. The book ends with a number of general "recipes" on how to make honey wine, elderberry wine, "and excellent American wine.". While "The Practical Distiller" is primarily a historical book, it is fascinating to hear how things used to be done, and also tempting to wish that potatoes could still be bought for thirty-three cents a bushel as they could when this book was published!
Franchising: The Business Strategy That Changed the World
Carrie Shook and Robert L. ShookIn today's rocky business environment, with large redundancies at major corporations, many people are thinking of going into business themselves. Owning a franchise is an option. This book highlights the obstacles that founders of various franchises have overcome, describes the transition from small business to international enterprise, and reveals how the world's best managed franchisors support their franchisees with a "partnership" relationship.
Franchising & Licensing: Two Powerful Ways to Grow Your Business in Any Economy
Andrew J. ShermanFilled with illuminating examples, stories from the field, and dozens of forms for drafting franchising agreements and licensing programs, the fourth edition of "Franchising & Licensing" covers all the strategic, legal, financial, and operational aspects of these complex but highly profitable business strategies. Incorporating up-to-the-minute information on regulations, best practices, Web 2.0 strategies, branding techniques and global trademark laws, the new FDD disclosure format, and the latest franchising trends, this indispens able reference reveals how to: raise capital, structure agreements, and protect intellectual property; create market-responsive sales, marketing, and globalization strategies; establish quality control and compliance measures; and, assess opportunities for mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other alternatives to franchising. Comprehensive and applicable to domestic and international franchising initiatives alike, this essential guide remains the industry standard.

Tags wine winery
Address 4020 Somers Dr.
Burton, MI 48529
Web vintnerscellar.com
Type Franchise