Five Guys Burgers And Fries Ingredients For Success

  • Five Guys Market Analysis

    Five Guys Name: Institution: FIVE GUYS Five Guys is a private owned restaurant chain that serves fast and casual food. The restaurant focuses on French fries, hot dogs, soft drinks, and hamburgers. Five Guys started in 1986 and with its headquarters in Lorton, Virginia. It has branches in more than 40 states in the US, as well as in six Canadian provinces. This paper aims to determine the business that Five Guys is in, run the rule on their primary competitors, perform the restaurant’s

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  • 5 Guys

    Five Guys “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success” Company Overview The Five Guys business venture was founded on a few well thought out principles which they saw as a unique way of not only penetrating a competitive market dominated by many other well-established franchises, but also making a name for themselves and expanding their business. The main principle that the Five Guys operated by was, and still is, providing a high-quality product and maintaining that level of

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  • Five Guys’ Swot Analysis

    As a food service company, Five Guys has its own strengths that could see them increase the influence it has in the world market over the other companies. First of all, it has more than seven hundred locations in forty different states and even in four Canadian Provinces (Weise, 2011). An extensive network of a business and its operations is strength in accordance to what their competitors present. They offer a wide variety of foods and drinks in regard of their competitors. Moreover, funny enough

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  • Five Guys and a Burger

    As a food service company, Five Guys has its own strengths that could see them increase the influence it has in the world market over the other companies. First of all, it has more than seven hundred locations in forty different states and even in four Canadian Provinces (Weise, 2011). An extensive network of a business and its operations is strength in accordance to what their competitors present. They offer a wide variety of foods and drinks in regard of their competitors. Moreover, funny enough

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  • Five Guys

    28, 2012 Professor Rhonda Evans Strayer University Describe how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast food chains.       Five Guy’s philosophy sets apart from other fast food chains because of their ideal burgers.   “Five Guys goal is to sell the best quality burgers possible.  To sell the best burgers possible they focus on quality, service, and cleanliness”. (Elan, 2007)   When a customer leaves Five Guys the aim is for them to really find the products and services irresistible

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  • Five Guys Analysis

    Five Guys is a fast casual restaurant chain that originated in Arlington, Virginia within the Washington Metropolitan Area (York). The chain sells mainly hamburgers, hot dogs and French Fries (York). Five Guys enterprises has grown from a single family owned restaurant to a franchise with 450 locations in thirty states (York). Five Guys opened its doors to Arlington, Virginia in 1986 (York). The restaurant was started by four brothers who were given the choice to start a business or go to college

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  • 5 Guys Burgers and Fries Assignment 1

    that the owners of the Five Guys Burgers and Fries have been able to accomplish due to the simple business plan that was put into place prior to opening their restaurant. We will see that the basic human principles about how we should treat others; will also allow a company to become successful. The success that has been possible for this hamburger and fries restaurant could have easily failed against the big name restaurants known for burger and fries, such as, McDonalds, Burger King, Checkers and Sonics

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  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success Case Study

    Abstract Five Guys’ has evolved from a small family eatery, to one of the largest restaurant chains in America. They haven’t utilized any major marketing methods, but have accomplished this simply by understanding what their customer’s want, and how to consistently provide it. Five Guys’ was founded in 1986 with its original restaurant located in Arlington, Virginia, and quickly became a Washington, D.C. area treasure. It was Jerry and Janie Murrell who presented their four sons with two options

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  • Successful Leadership and Entrepreneurship of Five Guys Burgers and Fries

    Why Not Burgers and Fries? | Successful Leadership and Entrepreneurship of Five Guys Burgers and Fries | | | | 10/28/2012 | Assignment 1: Entrepreneurial Leadership Contemporary Business Abstract This paper will analyze the business Five Guys Burgers and Fries to determine what has made this business and franchises successful. Five Guys operates in the food service industry and is among the top profitable franchises that offers a simple menu of burgers

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys The Five Guys mission statement, as simple as its menu, is aligned with the philosophy that if you're going to sell hamburgers and fries in a restaurant industry that has a lot of hamburger-french-fries business, you'd better do hamburgers and fries well than the competitors. Five Guy’s focus is not to add more items to the menu, but to serve top quality burgers and fries to keep their business booming. According to Boonze and Kutrz (2012) Murrell states “We figure our best salesman is

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys Burger and Fries Restaurant Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurant started as a 1 restaurant operation located in Arlington Virginia. As an alternative to college Jerry Murrell decided he would build a family business that his sons would help run. He then told his two older sons if they opted not to go to college he would use their college money and put it towards a business and they would stay behind to build and help run the business. His sons agreed. The two younger sons also

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  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries

    Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success Contemporary Business 508 July 21, 2012   Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success By sticking to the basic philosophy of keeping it simple, Jerry Murrell, original owner of Five Guys Burgers and Fries, has grown a small family business to one of the largest and fastest growing franchise in America. “Sell a really good, juicy burger on a fresh bun. Make perfect French fries. Don’t cut corners.”

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  • Five Guys Burger and Fries

    Five Guys Burger and Fries: A Simple Recipe for Success Brooke Mosely Dr. Victoria Figiel Contemporary Business BUS508 October 28, 2012 Five Guys Burgers and Fries started in Arlington, Virginia in 1986 by Jerry Murrell and his wife Janie. The business was a way to keep their two eldest sons employed and at home after deciding that college was not in their future. The Murrell’s used the money intended for their college education as capital to start up the take-out burger joint

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  • Five Guys Burger & Entreprenuership

    Assignment 1: “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success” October 24, 2012 Using the Wiley Plus resources, go to the “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success” example.  Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: 1. Determine how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. 2. Analyze the original values for the start-up company and how it remains strong today.

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  • Five Guys Bugers

    “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success” Case Study Beverly Jackson Professor: Paul Jaikaran BUS50829VA016-1126-001: Contemporary Business July 22, 2012 Five Guys Burgers has been a Washington, D.C. area favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell opened their first restaurant in Arlington, Virginia after two of their four sons did not want to attend college (Bonne &Kurtz, 2012). They advised their sons to “Start a business or go to college.” The Murrell’s decided

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  • Bus 508 Five Guys

    Entrepreneurial Leadership What once began as a little family burger business in Northern Virginia in 1986 by Jerry and Janie Murrell and their and their five sons has grown into one of the world’s popular franchises. The decision to start the business was based on the ultimatum given to the four sons by their parents ‘start a business or go to college.” Their growth since opening has grown tremendously to where the family never expected it to grow, between the year they opened and 2002 which

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  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries

    Five Guys Burger and Fries: A Simple Recipe for Success Contemporary Business BUS508 October 28, 2012 Five Guys Burgers and Fries started in Arlington, Virginia in 1986 by Jerry Murrell and his wife Janie. The business was a way to keep their two eldest sons employed and at home after deciding that college was not in their future. The Murrell’s used the money intended for their college education as capital to start up the take-out burger joint

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  • Five Guys

    PARISE BUS-508 CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS JULY 20, 2012 Five Guys philosophy of just staying with hamburgers and fries as the only thing they sold did set them apart from other fast-food chains because of the fact that all those sold was the hamburgers and fries. What the Murrells decided was to do things the way they wanted to do them. No matter what anyone else said they should sale they stuck to their plan of just hamburgers and fries. “What they decided in the beginning was that if they were

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  • Five Guys

    Entrepreneurial Leadership: Five Guys Burgers and Fries At the heart of every entrepreneur is a drive and motivation to take an idea and see it evolve into a fully functional and striving business. To see a business progress and be successful there has to be vision, fearlessness, determination, and resources. When these things are in place a dream can become reality. A true entrepreneur knows this and will do what it takes to bring the vision to pass. “Treat that person right, he'll

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  • Assignment 1: Five Guys

    parents motivate five sons to make a decision between going to college or to start a business? You’ve guessed right, Five Guys Burgers and Fries. Their ingredients for success were founded in 1986 by parents Jerry and Janie Murrell along with their five sons (Boone & Kurtz, 2012). Five Guys went from a small family restaurant to being considered the fastest growing food industry in today’s consumer market. Moreover, their success was only pinpointed on the quality of the burgers served and less on

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  • Five Guys

    ENTREPRENURIAL LEADERSHIP The Five Guys Story Jeanne M. Catalano Strayer University Authors Note This paper was prepared for Bus 508 Contemporary Business Taught by Professor Dr. Nayak Passion, creativity, and the desire for the Benjamin ignites the flame in which entrepreneurship grows. One such man, Jerry Murrell gave his kids an option: college or run a business, and thus, Five Guys and a Burger was formed in Arlington, Virginia. (Boone, 2012, p. 78). Like all other small businesses’

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  • Five Guys

    In this paper I will be discussing Five guys Burgers and fries: ingredients for success. In which I will be addressing four main topic the first one is determin how five guys philosophy set is apart from other fast food chains .the second is analyzing the original vaules for the start- up company and how it remains strong today ,the third is to enumerate three factors that contribute to five guy’s success in such a short time and what effects ,if any external market had on these factors,and the

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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership: Five Guys'

    1. Determine how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. No advertising is needed other than word of mouth for this all-American burger restaurant. I know from my own experience with Five Guys' how true this is. Going from a small town in West Virginia to Northern Virginia, all I heard was that I had to try a Five Guys' burger because there was nothing else like it. I had the luxury of going to one of the original store in Old Town Alexandria , VA. I did not think there

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  • Five Guys Economics

    Economics of Five Guys Determine how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. “Do good in school or you will end up flipping burgers your whole life!” How many times have kids heard their parents talk like that? Well that has worked out very well for Jerry Murrell and his sons. Jerry Murrell is the founder and owner of the first Five Guys Burgers and Fries. Their business plan includes making the very best burger around, matching that with perfect fries and not cutting

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  • 5 Guys

    5 Guys BUS508037VA016-Contemporay Business Five guys were given birth in 1986 by Janie and Jerry Murrell. The Five Guys name was derived by the founder’s five sons who all have an active role in the company today. Each of the sons has a unique role within the company and that is what helps this business venture to become the success that it is today. From one single restaurant that was lacking space for storage to a blooming franchise that it is today Five Guys has become a role model of how

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  • Five Guys Success

    Five Guys: Recipe for Success 1 Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Recipe For Success Bonds Contemporary Business- BUS 508 January 25, 2013 Five Guys: Recipe for Success 2 Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Recipe For Success Introduction Five Guys and a Burger was created in 1986 when founder Jerry

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  • 2 Guys

    take a look at how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains, analyze the original values for the start-up company, how it remains strong today, enumerate three (3) factors that contributed to Five Guys’ success in a short time and what effect, if any, external markets had on these factors while assessing how ethical and social practices are part of this corporate culture. The Five Guys philosophy that if you're going to sell hamburgers and french fries in a restaurant industry

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  • “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success”

    “Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success” How does one start a business in an industry that is dominated by companies that emphasizes speed and quantity over quality? Jerry and Janie Murrell with the help of their sons have come up with a formula to compete and beat some of the top fast foods companies. When the boys where proposed “start a business or go to college”, they picked to be entrepreneurs (Boone and Kurtz, 2012). Jerry Murrell and his wife started Five Guys Burgers

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys: An Honest Business Built on Simplicity Reyna Haynes-Smith Professor Barry Adkins Contemporary Business BUS 508 October 19, 2012 Food. It’s a major topic of discussion today. What’s healthy, what’s not. What’s filling, what’s worth the money. There are many factors that contribute to the reason consumers choose one business over another. Most choose fast food options because they don’t have the

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  • Five Guys

    properly, it pays off in the future. One of the most well known fast-food chains, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, started its business in 1986 in Arlington, Virginia. Jerry Murrell and his sons opened four other locations over the next 13 years. As years went on, Five Guys started to franchise. Now, they have more than 1000 stores with approximately $483 million sales as of 2009 (Five Guys, 2012). The reason why Five Guys is growing so much is because it has philosophies that set it apart from other fast-food

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys Ingredients to Success Danielle Rush Dr. Etta Steed BUS 508/ Contemporary Business October 24, 2013 Five Guys How it Started In 1968 Jerry and Janie Murrell gave their four sons a proposition; the four Murrell brothers had to either start up a business or go to college (Five Guys Holdings LLC, 2012). The boys decided that the restaurant business was the journey to embark upon. With the guidance of Jerry and Janie the first carryout only burger joint was opened in Arlington

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  • Five Guys- the Standard of Excellance

    Five Guys “The Standard of Excellence” Jalisa Williams Garcia Mills-Tate Strayer University October 28, 2012 Five Guys “The Standard of Excellence” Five Guys Burgers and Fries was started by Janie and Jerry Murrell and there 5 sons. Opening their first store in 1986 in their home town of Arlington, VA, the Murrells were set to take a competitive market by storm (Boone & Kurtz, pg.78). One would think that opening a burger joint with the likes of mega chains (e.g. McDonalds, Burger King)

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  • Five Guys

    FIVE GUYS BURGERS AND FRIES: INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success Dr. Hammad Elbedour BUSINESS 508: CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS 27 October 2013 FIVE GUYS BURGERS AND FRIES: INGREDIENTS FOR SUCCESS Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients for Success Five Guys considered by many as the best burger on the market originated in Lorton, Virginia in 1986. Five Guys entrepreneurs were Jerry Murrell with his wife and sons, Forbes Magazine identified

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  • Five Guys and Mommy

    | “Five Guys and Mommy” | Week 3, Assignment Three, Professor William Vasquez | | David Curtis Parson | 10/27/2013 | | Right things Right That's certainly the case with Five Guys. Five Guys is so successful because though it only sells burgers, it does that extremely well. "They don't try to be all things to all people". They sell to people who want a great burger. They've identified a market big enough that they can do that. But even more important than what's offered is the

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys is a concept tha has never looked better to this struggling business economy and the fight for financial freedomis a tough rat race all the way to the end. Not for Five Guys, a company that sets the bar for the unthinkable by remaining true to their brand. A modest burger and frie joint that started in Arlington, Va was birth by Jerry Murrell who his lane, “We are in the business of selling burgers” – stated Jerry Murrell as one of the mission statements for his company; Five Guys Burger

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  • Five Guys Econometrics

    exuberance had been inside Lester all along. Carolyn Burnham has an unrelenting desire for success, and finds her passion in life through Buddy Kane, a successful businessman and role model to her. Within all of Carolyn’s shots depicting power and control over her life contains hints and shades of red dispersed throughout the vacant albeit significant background of the scene. Carolyn desperately wants success and her superficial appearance shows it. With the red flowers in her garden, the red suit

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  • Five Guys and Burger

    Five Guys Burgers and Fries: “Ingredients for Success” Dr. B. Iannucci Contemporary Business October 17, 2013 Entrepreneurial Leadership Everyone wants to see their children grow up and go to college and possibly become millionaires. Well that was the dream of the Jerry Murrell, but unfortunately two of the oldest sons said they were not going to college. So instead of paying for college he found himself paying for a mortgage to open a business where the boys can work and learn responsibility

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  • Five Guys Simply Done Right

    Five Guys Simply Done Success INSERT YOUR PROFESSORS NAME HERE BUS508 Assignments and Rubrics January 28, 2012 Five Guys Simply Done Success The Five Guys phenomena is simple and true by never cutting corners, letting the products speak for itself, never over delivering but let customers spread the word of their goodness and hiring a well trained staff (White, 2009). The founder of Five Guys developed these strategies in each of the initial five stores.

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  • Five Guy Burger

    1. Determine how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. The five Guys’ philosophy, Jerry Murrell and his five sons saw the vision to opened a fast food restaurant, on the menu is Americans favorite meal, hamburger and fries. The first store opened in Arlington, Virginia, 1986. Welch (2010) found…Jerry Murrell and his sons believed to set apart for other fast-food chains they would need to concentrate on the quality of the quality of their product, and the satisfaction

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  • Burger

    the first Burger King was open to the public in Miami, Florida (www.burgerking.ca/en/1122/index.php). By developing the first Burger King, James McLamore and David Edgerton had given the community a comfortable environment to eat inside of the restaurant, because the restaurant was the first fast food business to offer people the option of dining in the restaurant or going to the drive thru(www.burgerking.ca). With McDonalds being the largest fast food chain in the world, Burger King rates

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  • Five Guys - Entrepreneurship

    Entrepreneurial Leadership Trenna Green Dr. Jean Fonkoua Business508 Contemporary Business October 28, 2013 This paper evaluates five published reported articles and the results are based on research organized from various resources including my personal analytical opinion about entrepreneurial leadership. Organizing a group of people to achieve a common goal using proactive behavior by optimizing risk, innovating to take advantage of opportunities

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  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients to Success

    Five Guys Burgers and Fries: Ingredients to Success Several characteristics of the national burger chain, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, sets it apart from other fast-food chains. These characteristics include the company’s philosophy, its original values, ethical and social practices, and its overall company culture. Without a doubt, a company who embodies all of the above characteristics is surely worth a more detailed exploration. The Philosophy A company’s philosophy highlights the overarching

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys Evelyn McAllister Strayer University Contemporary Business BUS508 Dr. Ruether October 27, 2013 Five Guys How Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. Five Guy’s philosophy focuses on creating a quality product that customers will appreciate. They make sure to focus on the customers and their employees. According to Boone and Kurtz (2012), Five Guys has focused on quality by ensuring that its meat is 80% lean, keeping its plants clean, ordering its quality

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  • Mgt508 Assignment 1 Five Guys

    Five Guys has the Right Combination for Success Strayer University BUS508 Dr. Peter DeDominici August 14, 2012 Five Guys has the Right Combination for Success According to the Five Guys website, Five Guys Burger and Fries (Five Guys) started humbly with one restaurant owned by Jerry Murrell and his family back in 1986 and is now being called one of the largest fast food businesses with over 1,000 locations in the United States and Canada today (www.fiveguys-about Us). Five Guys’ successful

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  • Five Guys

    intense it was not my first battle that I been in. I was ready and a little terrified because how big there were there men were trained I barely knew how to fight. For a minute I was just waiting to get in to action but, I didn’t feel like because the guys seem like they were doing is like they have everything under control. I was just sitting while the soldiers were taking care of business then joined in because there was nothing else to do so I just came in. Also the war was epic I was just doing

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  • Five Guys

    Leadership: “Five Guys and Fries” Professor Watts MBAE5302 – Economics and the Free Market December 16, 2014 Euronda S. Jefferson Five Guy’s Philosophy “Anyone can make money in the food business as long as you have a good product, reasonable price, and a clean place” (Pulizzi, 2010) It was this quote from John Willard Marriott that provided the groundwork John Murrell used to build Five Guys Burgers and Fries. Jerry Murrell, Owner of Five Guys Burgers and Fries, has had

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  • Five Guys

    Five Guys is a large fast-food chain restaurant that stands out among the rest. They have different philosophies that set them apart from other fast-food companies. Many of the values that Five Guys started with have made them succeeded and are still a huge factor in their success today. After being around for seventeen years, Five Guys decided to start franchising the company, which lead to a large success in such a short amount of time. We will also

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  • New York Fries

    S w 9B11M082 DEVELOPING AN INTERNATIONAL GROWTH STRATEGY AT NEW YORK FRIES Sharda Prashad wrote this case under the supervision of Christopher Williams and W. Glenn Rowe to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation prohibits any form

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  • Five Guys

    COVER PAGE Group 5 Strategic Management Final Project Report - Five Guys Table of Content Five Guys’ Strategy Analysis - Final Report Industry: Casual-fast restaurant in Canada Company: Five Guys Contact: Michael Oppedisano, from Asst. Controller at Bantam Restaurants Part 1: Organizational Introduction Five Guys has been a Washington, DC favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell offered sage advice to the four young Murrell brothers: “Start a business or go to college.” The business

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  • The Economics of Five Guys

    Determine how Five Guys’ philosophy sets it apart from other fast-food chains. Sell a really good, juicy burger on a fresh bun. Make perfect French fries. Don't cut corners. That's been the business plan since Jerry Murrell and his sons opened their first burger joint in 1986. When they began selling franchises in 2002, the family had just five stores in northern Virginia. Today, there are 570 stores across the U.S. and Canada, with 2009 sales of $483 million. Overseeing the opening of about four

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