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Where and what shape would make my territory most profitable?
What are the hidden variables behind the success of my location?
Am I cannibalizing sales from an adjacent territory? By how much and what do I do about it?
How do external factors like weather or events in the area impact my sales?
Did I just build too big or too small of a territory for a new franchisee that I’ll be locked into for 10 years?
We just found out that having a school within half a mile from a store will bring the sales up - how do we make sure that locations take that into account?
How do I maximize my ad campaign ROI and target only zip codes with the highest target audience concentration?
How much money am I going to make at this location taking into account all the characteristics and historical data across the brand?
I am going to a new market - how many territories/units can it support and can I get a quick preview of what it would look like?
How does drive time compare to my actual trade area - does it make a difference?
What’s the market potential for my product in this area?
Does my trade zone match the delivery zone, and if not, why?
Am I wasting our advertising dollars targeting campaigns in the wrong locations?


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