Kevin Price of the Price of Business and USDR Covering the Franchise Expo South

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For the first time in its eight-year history, the largest franchise expo in the South, Franchise Expo South, will relocate to its new home in Houston, Texas from Feb. 6-8. Thousands of entrepreneurs and business owners will head to the Reliant Center, located at One Reliant Park, to meet with hundreds of today’s top franchise concepts in almost every industry looking to expand their presence in Texas, the U.S. and Latin America.

“Franchise Expo South’s move from South Florida to Houston was a strategic decision to build on the market’s growing economic momentum,” said Tom Portesy, president of MFV Expositions, producers of Franchise Expo South. “Franchising is the best opportunity to be in business for yourself, but not by yourself. As one of the best cities in America for business, Houston will play a key role in the continuous development of the franchise industry, while highlighting the expo’s focus on helping entrepreneurs find their path to business ownership.”

Kevin Price, Editor in Chief of US Daily Review and Host on the Price of Business on Business Talk 1110 (Bloomberg’s Home in Houston), will be doing interviews for both national and local media. Get your free tickets to the event here. 

The franchising industry is expanding faster than the overall economy, with establishment growth expected to increase by 1.4 percent, according to a recent report by IHS Global Insight for the International Franchise Association Educational Foundation. During Franchise Expo South’s three-day exhibition, hundreds of franchised businesses will be represented at every investment level ranging from under $10,000 to over $1 million. Some of this year’s exhibitors include 9Round Kickboxing,

French Fry Heaven, Rosati’s, Liberty Tax Service, Bonehead’s, Dunkin’ Brands, and Cellairis.

Sponsored by the International Franchise Association, Franchise Expo South will feature more than 40 educational seminars and conferences, several of which have been approved for Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) accreditation. These sessions, which are open to the public, will discuss the latest issues affecting the industry and further define the impact that franchising has on both new and existing businesses.

* The Price of Business and US Daily Review are, with CNN Money, the only officially recognized media partners with the Southwest Franchise Expo.

All opinions expressed on USDR are those of the author and not necessarily those of US Daily Review.

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