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Jacksonville Franchising Sets Sights on World Market

Jacksonville is becoming a larger pin on the Florida map.  Local outdoor apparel and equipment company, IRISHWATERDOGS, with their charitable and patriotic efforts toward the Wounded Warriors Project, will be NBC Sports’ and VS. Channel’s poster child they reflect on the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11.  The Jacksonville Sharks have just celebrated their “Superbowl of Arena Football.”

Franchising has been a common theme among many business’ growth, and Jacksonville businesses are catching on.

Take New York Fries, for instance.  Despite its ironically Canadian roots, NYF has franchise locations all over North America, in the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, and Hong Kong.  This accomplishment would be nearly impossible without a franchising structure.  Even KFC harnessed the power of its global franchises to sell variations of their spud side items, and have been wildly successful at selling their poutine fries, which, until recently, were Canada’s best kept secret.

A number of Jacksonville-based food services have experienced enormous returns from adopting a franchise structure.  Firehouse Subs is certainly on the forefront.  The Yau Law Firm has been extremely pleased to help The Metro Diner franchise their operations, and be featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.”

To follow in the footsteps of local powerhouses like The Metro Diner stepping up into the big leagues, contact me.  I’ll teach you how to make the most out of your concept, brand, and trademarks, help you put together a Franchise Disclosure Document, and negotiate a franchise agreement.

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