Millennials don’t want to work for the man

Companies like A&W are trying to entice the next generation of entrepreneurs to launch a franchise

Priya Dhillon has two children under the age of 4 and a PhD in molecular biology from the University of Guelph.

But the 33-year-old has her sights set on something a lot less scientific: to own an A&W franchise.

It’s actually not that off-the-wall for Dhillon, whose parents run 16 A&W locations in the Greater Toronto Area, which she now manages as vice-president of training and development.

And the concept is closer to becoming a reality for her now that the Canadian burger giant is actively recruiting and helping Millennials scoop up new franchises planned for urban locations, starting with Toronto.

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