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  • 1. CHAPTER 5 Jordan May Jordan’s Gourmet Treats
    • Competition
    • Once in a blue moon bakery
    • Tasty bakery
    It will be successful because I love to bake and I feel that I have the experience with dealing with people and food.
  • 2. Goals
    • Short term
    • Get a job
    • Pass tests
    • Long term
    • Own a bakery
    • College degrees in business and culinary
    • intermediate
    • Drivers license
    • Good grades
  • 3. BBB
    • BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB accomplishes this mission by:
    • Creating a community of trustworthy businesses
    • Setting standards for marketplace trust
    • Encouraging and supporting best practices
    • Celebrating marketplace role models, and;
    • Denouncing substandard marketplace behavior
  • 4. Subway
    • In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca and family friend Peter Buck opened Pete's Super Submarines in Bridgeport, Connecticut. With a loan from Buck for only $1,000, DeLuca hoped the tiny sandwich shop would earn enough to put him through college. After struggling through the first few years, the founders changed the company's name to Subway and began franchising in 1974. Offering a fresh, healthy alternative to fast-food restaurants, Subway has franchises throughout the United States and in several countries, with locations in traditional and nontraditional sites alike.
    • 30690 Restaurants In 88 Countries
    • The franchise fee is $15K
  • 5. Microsoft
    • Microsoft has software and hardware
    • Started by Bill Gates and
    • Started near New Mexico and moved to Seattle Washington
    • Started in 1975
  • 6. Google
    • Google began in January 1996, as a research project by Larry Page, who was soon joined by Sergey Brin, when they were both Ph.D. students at Stanford University in California. [6] They hypothesized that a search engine that analyzed the relationships between websites would produce better ranking of results than existing techniques, which ranked results according to the number of times the search term appeared on a page
  • 7. Dunkin Donuts
    • Founded: 1950   Franchising since: 1955 In 1946, William Rosenberg founded Industrial Luncheon Services, a company that delivered meals and snacks to workers in the Boston area. The success of Industrial Luncheon Services convinced Rosenberg to start the Open Kettle, a doughnut shop in Quincy, Massachusetts. Two years later Open Kettle changed its name to Dunkin’ Donuts. Today, Dunkin’ Donuts serves a variety of doughnuts, muffins, bagels, coffees and fruit drinks at its locations in more than 40 countries.
    • Franchise fee: $40K-80K

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