The next meeting of the Nevada Franchise Business Network will be on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. The topic is “Health Care Reform and Franchising: How to Prepare and Comply.”
A new story in the Las Vegas Review Journal talks about the continued lack of filming incentives in Nevada, which means that Nevada will continue to lose production dollars and jobs to neighboring states like New Mexico.
This just in: some good news for Nevada’s small but vibrant film industry. Las Vegas-based Bennett Global Entertainment has announced its plans for a Las Vegas-based film production and distribution business that will create dozens of entertainment-related jobs in the city.
A recent lawsuit filed by sandwich franchisor Capriotti’s underlines the importance of brand management for franchise companies. The franchisor sued its Las Vegas-based franchisee, seeking to terminate the franchise agreement in reaction to the franchisee’s co-advertising campaign with a strip club, featuring the tagline “a match made in Vegas heaven: boobs and Bobbies.”
A new advertising campaign by the International Franchise Association highlights one of the many economic benefits of franchising: job creation. The IFA’s Public Awareness Campaign is dedicated to touting the economic impact of franchising and educate lawmakers and the general public regarding the economic outlook for franchise businesses, as opposed to non-franchised businesses.
On February 16, 2011, Armstrong Teasdale and the accounting firm Fair, Anderson & Langerman co-hosted a dinner with the Nevada Development Authority for franchisors attending the International Franchise Association’s 51st annual convention in Las Vegas. The theme of the dinner, which was held at the world-famous RM Seafood restaurant, was why Las Vegas is “the best business climate in the U.S.”