When Krystal Ginger graduates from culinary school she dreams of opening her own Asian fusion restaurant. Her other passion is skiing in Colorado, where she schedules four or five trips each year. As her small business advisor, you believe it necessary to provide her with information that will help her make good business decisions. Which of the following would be helpful for Krystal to know?
A. Restaurants are relatively easy businesses to start, but are labor intensive and also have the greatest failure rate.
B. Restaurants are not the easiest type of business to start, but once you get it going, you will have plenty of time for skiing.
C. Most restaurant owners get rich if they open their own, independent restaurant as opposed to starting a franchised operation.
D. Franchised operations will take less time on the part of the owner than a regular independently owned operation. If she opens a franchise, she will have more time for creativity in the business, and more time for skiing too.