Indian Americans and Franchises

Blimpie's franchisees Rahul Arora, left, and brother Rohit Arora, right, with Pat Conlin, a Long Island area developer. (Photo via Desi Talk)

Blimpie’s franchisees Rahul Arora, left, and brother Rohit Arora, right, with Pat Conlin, a Long Island area developer. (Photo via Desi Talk)

The International Franchise Expo at the Javits Center, which closes June 20, is likely to feature a number of Indian-American business owners, writes Ela Dutt in Desi Talk.

Indian Americans have been extremely successful in becoming franchisees and expanding the number of locations they own, whether it is convenience sites like 7-11, or gas stations around Long Island and other parts of New York and New Jersey, as well as Connecticut.

(…)

While specific data on Indian Americans was not available, it’s already known that this ethnic group has outshone others in the hospitality industry for instance where it owns close to 50 percent of the hotel and motel properties.

The story profiles brothers Rohit and Rahul Arora, who are franchisees of a Blimpie sub shop in Uniondale, Long Island. A local developer, Pat Conlin, told Dutt that of the 15 Blimpie franchises on Long Island, 40 percent were owned by Indian Americans.

Go to the original article to find out why Conlin and others believe Indians and members of some other immigrant communities have been successful in the franchise business.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

https://www.bachelortreats.com/about-us/ https://www.sexxxotoy.com/about-us/