Leading Through COVID-19: How PuroClean is Providing Support to Franchise Owners


The emergence and rapid rise of COVID-19 has impacted brands across every segment, and franchisors must prepare for disruption or change in their business model while also deciding how to best protect and inform their franchise owners during these unprecedented times. So how can a franchisor best lead – and, more importantly, serve – their team during this time? Here are just a few of the steps that PuroClean has implemented since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, helping keep our owners safe and set up for success as essential businesses.

How to Communicate in a Time of Crisis: A Spotlight on Leading Food Service Brands

First and foremost, we appreciate you taking the time to read this as we understand this can be a very difficult time within your teams and local communities. As with any challenging time, new opportunities can be created. We hope to provide constructive thoughts from brand leaders highlighting their own best practices in technology and communication to help the broader business community. 

Inspire Your Franchisees to Give Back and Impact Their Local Communities


As we all struggle with responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the franchise industry have the responsibility to give where and when we can. Spreading positivity during these unprecedented times has become more important than ever. As an industry, we need to inspire our franchisees to give back to move communities forward.

How Franchisors Can Support Franchisees During the Coronavirus


In the midst of an unprecedented crisis, it is essential that franchises strengthen their front lines.

By Lauren Moorman, 1851 Franchise

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that has shuttered businesses across the globe and sent the world economy into a tailspin continues to spread, those in the franchise industry — particularly foodservice franchisors — are bracing for substantial losses. 

Discovery Days Go Digital As Franchises Cope With Coronavirus


Franchises find human connections with online distance.

By Tim Arpin, Scooter's Coffee

As the country continues to reel from the COVID-19 pandemic, things are far from “business as usual” for many businesses. This has proven especially true of franchises and businesses operating in the service and hospitality industries. Thankfully, one company is using technology to restore a sense of routine for both franchisees and customers.

What's Inside The Senate's $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package?


An NPR article explaining the Coronavirus Aid Package and offering resources to the seven main groups that would see the widest-reaching impacts: Individuals, Small Businesses, Big Corporation, Hospitals and Public Health, Federal Safety Net, State and Local Governments, and Education