As we put 2020 behind us, we look forward to what we anticipate will be a thrilling and progressive year for the franchise industry. Though we will likely still be living in unique, unprecedented, and rapidly evolving times, this issue will look to provide insight into what Canadian franchising can expect in the upcoming year when it comes to consumer habits, the economy, and franchising overall.
This issue highlights franchisee success stories, businesses who give back, a closer look at emerging and established brands, expert advice from franchise professionals, and so much more! Prospective franchisees can look forward to a fresh start in their business endeavours for 2021 with the upcoming issue of Franchise Canada!
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the foodservice industry, but it seems that Canadians are still indulging in their favourite quick service food items to keep their spirits lifted and stomachs fed.
In Canada, 22 million restaurant visits are made every day across the country, and many of these visits are made to Canada’s more than 75,000 food service franchise units. It’s a fact: Canadians love to dine with the franchise model. More Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) members are involved in the food service industry than any other sector, and with good reason. The food service sector makes up a significant portion of the franchise industry’s total growth, and most fast-food restaurants stayed open for take-out and delivery during the pandemic as they were classified as an essential service.
Read on to learn more about the benefits of investing in the Quick Service Restaurant sector!