March 2020

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Relief on Tap for Restaurants and Franchise Businesses

Options for beleaguered restaurants owners are quickly mobilizing and here is what you need to know. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, recently passed by Congress and signed by President Trump on March 27, allows the Small Business Administration (SBA) to guaranty $349 billion in loans to small businesses that have been impacted economically by the virus.


Covid-19 and Restaurants: How to Leverage Your Accountants and Lawyers

Obviously, these are tough times for the restaurant industry. It behooves restaurant owners to effectively use their advisors, particularly their accountants and your lawyers. Your goal is twofold: Communicate most effectively with all the constituencies you have to deal with and be in the best position possible coming out of this crisis.


Answers to the Five Most Frequently Asked Questions After a Restaurant has Closed

If you’ve had to close your restaurant, you will need to make plans for your inventory and your employees. If you’ve done that, then you are probably hunkered down at home and thinking - now what?


Message to Restaurant Owners: Stay Open!

Along with you, we are closely watching the impact COVID-19 is having on our communities and businesses. We understand the tremendous impact that the restaurant and franchise industries have on the economy.


The Ultimate Challenge for Restaurants: Surviving the Covid-19 Event

The challenges for restaurants from the Covid-19 virus are formidable. Here are some ideas to ensure the viability of your business at least until the all-clear signal is given.


Dynamic Restaurant Market Keeps Peak Franchise Capital’s Mike Elliott Busy

Peak Franchise Capital Co-Founder and Managing Partner Mike Elliott admits he came out of college with an accounting degree, only to realize he didn’t really want to be an accountant.