viernes , 14 mayo 2021

Convocatoria oficial ICEX: Feria de Nueva York 2021

Dentro de los Planes Sectoriales aprobados por Icex, os hacemos llegar la convocatoria oficial de las ayudas a los expositores del Pabellón Español de la International Franchise Expo New York, que se celebrará del 24 al 25 de septiembre de 2021 en Nueva York

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Recordad que para poder optar a la subvención debéis enviarnos cumplimentada antes del 25/6/21 la última página de la convocatoria (una vez tengáis reservado el espacio en la feria) a nuestro e-mail habitual: aef@soporte1.com

Contacto con la organización de IFE Nueva York:

James Mastandrea
Tlf. 201-881-1626
james.mastandrea@comexposium.com

Vídeos con el testimonio de otros expositores:

https://vimeo.com/362054569
https://vimeo.com/362055079
https://vimeo.com/380053284

La organización nos envía también algunos comentarios acerca de la industria de la franquicia en EEUU:

Franchise Business Economic Outlook 2021
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Industry Growth Overview
The recovery of franchising activity is expected to be sector-specific.
It is expected that new business openings will shift away from larger employers, such as hotels and sit-down restaurants, and toward emerging industries.
Sectors that outperformed in 2020 and are expected to experience continued expansion: Commercial & Residential Services, Real Estate, Retail Food, Quick-Service Restaurants (QSRs),Business Products, & Services.
 
 
United States
Small Business Job Openings At Record Level Says New Study.
The NFIB’s latest monthly jobs report found 42% of small business owners had job openings they could not fill in the current period – a record reading. The result is based on data from March, and is 20 points higher than the 48-year historical average of 22%.
‘Where small businesses do have open positions, labor quality remains a significant problem for owners nationwide,’ said NFIB Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg. ‘Small business owners are raising compensation to attract the right employees.’”, Franchising.com, April 12, 2021
 
Small Businesses’ Uneven Recovery. 
A year into the pandemic, owners are still struggling as signs of hope emerge. Because of safety measures to contain the spread of Covid-19, many businesses that depend on gathering people in a physical space, such as gyms, hotels, nail salons, movie theaters, and restaurants, have struggled.
Meanwhile, many that don’t depend on people spending time in their space have flourished.”, Bloomberg Businessweek, April 16, 2021
 
Brand News
McDonald’s to hire 25,000 staff in Texas this month. 
Last year, McDonald’s hired around 260,000 restaurant staff in the United States when stores reopened for diners after serving them through delivery, drive-thru and takeaway for weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”, Reuters, April 8, 2021
 
StretchLab Signs Master Franchise Agreement for at Least 50 Studios in Australia.
The first studio is expected to open in mid-2021 in Perth. StretchLab is one of nine brands owned by U.S. franchisor Xponential Fitness, a curator of leading boutique fitness brands with more than 1,750 studios open worldwide.”, Franchising.com, April 16, 2021
 
Articles About Doing Business Going Forward
Digital Transformation in Global Franchising.
 As we look ahead to a new world of global business, digital business transformation has accelerated and become the way companies will be successful in 2021 and beyond.
Franchisors have increased brand innovation and operational efficiency to meet changing customer expectations, reduced product and service costs, made supply chain changes and improved product and service quality.”, Franchising.com, April 2021

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