Taco Bell CEO Mark King on Tapping Into the Human Element of Operations

A conversation with the man who oversees the Franchise 500-topping fast-food chain.

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February 26, 2021 4 min read

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Besides offering great products and instituting solid systems, most standout franchises have also mastered the human side of their business. They understand people – employees, customers and especially their franchisees.

-based Taco Bell was founded by Glen Bell more than 70 years ago, yet has continued to innovate and thrive, besting hundreds of great bands and direct competitors to land atop Entrepreneur‘s 2021 Franchise 500

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