Restaurant Franchise Seeking Partners in Costa Rica

At the end of November executives from the US Buffalo Wild Wings casual dining franchise will be visiting San Jose in search of business partners to enter the local market in 2018.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Elfinancierocr.com reports that "...Between November 29 and December 1, Stan Walker, director of international business development for the brand, will be visiting the country, as well as Jorge Lizan, CEO of Lizan Retail Advisors, to meet with potential franchise partners."

See also "Costa Rica: $5 Million Investment in Fast Food Restaurants"

The company is looking for entrepreneurs with experience operating several units of different brands, that have access to the best locations, that are passionate about innovating and have an affinity with the brand.

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