Orlando Sentinel: Defending the white: National Chocolate Day is a time for solidarity

Halloween may be the titan of candy-centric holidays, but increasingly, the smart money’s on Oct. 28, which is National Chocolate Day. I’m still good for a costume or three come October, but time — ever cruel — has relegated me to picking over the holiday spoils when my kids aren’t home. In doing so, I’ve noticed an influx

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New Website Encourages Potential Franchisees to Envision “Your Dream Franchise, In Chocolate”

Peterbrooke Chocolatier has improved the way potential new shop operators can learn about and access information on franchise ownership with a newly-relaunched franchise development website, www.PeterbrookeFranchising.com. Featuring a theme of “Your Dream Franchise, In Chocolate,” the new site has upgraded design and usability features for franchise candidates, a regularly-updated franchise opportunities section where content is

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Franchising World: Balancing Franchise and Corporate Store Development

Ever wonder how a brand like Peterbrooke Chocolatier balances both franchise and corporate store development? It all starts with a smart mix of communication and flexibility, which helps to fuel our culture. At Peterbrooke Chocolatier, we value face-to-face meetings more than most brands our size because it’s so easy for communication to go sideways when

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How Peterbrooke Helped These Entrepreneurs Achieve Their Dream of Small Business Ownership

The owners of Peterbrooke Chocolatier in St. Augustine, Fla. – the brand’s most recent shop to open – are living proof that dreams can come true and hard work definitely pays off.   “As an aspiring entrepreneur, it’s always been a dream of mine to open a lucrative chocolate and candy business,” said Joopchang Chavalit,

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The Telegraph: 48 hours in . . . Orlando, an insider guide to the home of the theme park (but also so much more)

Thrilled that Peterbrooke Chocolatier is included in The Telegraph’s 48 hours in Orlando round up story. Most people who visit ‘Orlando’ never truly see it. They arrive at Orlando International Airport and head straight for the theme parks. The city actually lies 15 miles north-east and often goes unnoticed in the rush for Disney and co

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