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Bob Minkert was enthralled that a hot-air balloon could be used to promote his Mr. Electric franchise. So he went out and bought one.
Meet one of the companies on the Entrepreneur360 Index that fits in the 'data champions' category.
Philip May left a corporate career to own his own business, whose mobile vans fix dental equipment on-site and make all of us healthier.