Palm Beach Atlantic Starts New Program Teaching Franchising

By on April 28, 2016

Calling the franchising industry an economic engine that’s overlooked by academia, Palm Beach County businessman Ray Titus said Tuesday that he’ll give $1.5 million to Palm Beach Atlantic University to launch a program that teaches students to work in and run franchises.

The new Titus Franchising Center will begin offering courses in 2017, and students will have an opportunity for internships in Titus’ United Franchise Group.

“People don’t recognize the huge impact that franchising has on the economy,” Titus said. “There are some people that would tell you that franchising makes up 40 percent of our GDP, and people don’t even know.”

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