Archive for February 2020

Nate Riordan Seller’s Counsel for 7 Unit Taco Bell Sale

Nate Riordan Seller's Counsel for 7 Unit Taco Bell Deal | West Coast Franchise Law

West Coast Franchise Law is proud to have acted as seller’s counsel in a 7 unit Taco Bell franchise sale in December: “We hired West Coast Franchise Law to represent us with the sale of all 7 of our Taco Bell restaurants in Texas, which including leasing some of the properties we owned to the…

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How To Read A Franchise Disclosure Document

How To Read A Franchise Disclosure Document | Nate Riordan | Franchise Attorney

When considering the purchase of a franchise business, the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) is one of the key documents you should review before making a decision. FDDs contain essential information about the franchise business that will give clues about whether it is a good (or bad) investment. But you need to know what to look…

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Will That Franchise Marketing Program Deliver Results?

Will That Franchise Marketing Program Deliver Results? | Nate Riordan | Franchising Attorney

Centralized marketing programs are powerful tools for franchisees. Not only do they provide a streamlined way to market, they make it easy for franchisees to reach a wide audience at a reasonable cost. But if you want to get the most out of a franchise’s marketing program, you must make sure that they have a…

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Strong Business Infrastructures Create Profitable Franchises

Building Blocks: Strong Business Infrastructures Create Profitable Franchises | Nate Riordan | Franchise Attorney

Franchisors trying to expand and allow their franchisees more opportunity for growth and increased market share must have a solid infrastructure in place. A strong infrastructure will provide franchisees with the tools needed to effectively execute the business model and present a consistent brand image for consumers at every stage of interaction. Let’s take a…

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How To Build Business Relationships For Your Franchise

Handshake: How To Build Business Relationships For Your Franchise | Nate Riordan | Franchise Lawyer

When most franchisees think about running a successful business, they think of controlling expenses, increasing revenue, and maximizing profits. But there’s another side to running a successful business—building important business relationships. If you want to have a long-term, sustainable and financially successful business, you must nurture your most important relationships. Business Relationship Types Customers. Your customers…

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