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The Week in Franchising, May 18, 2012

A new look for a coffee brand, a new growth specialist for two Latino concepts, and deals, deals, deals for several new and established franchisors.


Why isn't your menu online?

Menus are among the first things that a customer looks at when trying to decide which restaurant to visit. Restaurants with outdated menus on their websites—or even worse, no menus at all—take the risk of being passed over by would-be diners. Especially if the restaurant down the street has its menu online.

Food trucks may be ubiquitous in the city, but most are not making enough dough to survive on street food alone.

A small tech company says the two chains were among the retail parties whose mobile systems incorporated the firm’s proprietary functions.

Here are a few tips for launching and maintaining an effective and engaging loyalty program.

Chefs flock to chicken, turkey and other birds for inventive, crowd-pleasing dishes.

Springboro, OH (Nov. 9, 2009) — A major new report on case picking automation for distribution centers has been released by Supply Chain Digest, showing...

HOUSTON, (August 23, 2011)—FreshPoint, Inc., a subsidiary of Sysco Corp., is offering customers a mobile phone application with access to sales materials,...

It’s an exciting time in hospitality technology. We’re right on the cusp of some really great game-changers, offering ways to improve the guest experience that we never before imagined. Which ones seem to have more legs than others?

While stainless steel still reigns supreme, a number of manufacturers are jazzing up their equipment with bright bursts of color.

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