Stefany Dalgliesh, a bartender at a Fionn MacCool’s franchise on Toronto’s Front Street, has won the Prime Pubs 2013 draught master competition. Bartenders from across the country competed for the title and the prize of a four-day educational trip to Ireland.
Tying in with next month’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Krispy Kreme is hosting a film fest of its own, allowing anyone who shares a passion for doughnuts to show off their artistic talents through film or video.
By Peter Saunders On December 3, 2012, the first Taylor and Colt ‘barber spa’ franchise opened in downtown Toronto. This new concept was developed by the same franchisor behind Trade Secrets, a well-established chain of beauty stores. This time, the targeted customer base is all-male and there is a much greater emphasis on services than on products.
By Peter Saunders
You don’t need a business degree to become a franchisee. Franchising is the world’s most successful business model because it takes people from all walks of life and gives them the tools they need to be entrepreneurs in specialized fields.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) talk show host George Stroumboulopoulos will participate in the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association’s (CRFA’s) Breakfast with Champions on March 5, 2013.