BoeFly & Franchise Times-Hosted Webinar on Franchise Finance Legal Issues

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BoeFly and Franchise Times are hosting a free webinar on Franchise Finance and Legal Issues on Tuesday, July 26.  A panel of experts will discuss their views and experience on this important aspect of the franchise industry.  Some of the areas that Moderator Mary Jo Larson, Vice President and Publisher of Franchise Times, hopes to cover topics include legal issues that may occur in direct lending, what role technology should play in compliance, what some FDD Item 10 best practices are, and disclosure issues: what roles should both the franchisee and the candidate be playing when distributing proprietary information to lenders.

BoeFly, the premier online marketplace trusted to connect lenders with business borrowers, partnered with Franchise Times after a recent survey confirmed that the most common issue for franchisors is still accessing credit.  As the number one issue affecting the franchise industry, BoeFly and Franchise Times seek to help provide franchisors answers to the all-important question, “What, if any, are the legal issues one needs to think through to support franchisees with financing?”

Panelists include BoeFly’s own Co-president Mike Rozman, DLA Piper’s Partner in Franchise and Distribution Bret Lowell, Faerge & Benson’s Franchising and Product Distribution Partner Brian Schnell, Matco Tools Director of Financial Services Rick Smearcheck, and the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Marco’s Pizza Ken Switzer.  The webinar is currently scheduled for Tuesday, July 26 from 2-3 PM EDT and will be primarily focused on issues Senior Franchise Executives face in the industry.

BoeFly increases the efficiency of the small business lending process by connecting small business borrowers, franchisors and lenders in their online marketplace.   By seamlessly connecting all parties involved in the process, BoeFly harnesses technology and simplifies commercial transaction execution from loan origination to sales.  Using dynamic compatibility technology, BoeFly is able to match lenders and borrowers based on a set of specific, individualized criteria.  The compatibility feature generates better-matched leads for both sides of the deal and facilitates a more efficient process with a higher likelihood of closing.

Founded by small business lending experts with years of experience and small business owners, BoeFly is a privately-held company based in New York City.  For more information, please visit:

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