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Why Former Employees Make Great Franchisees
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What is the True Entrepreneur's 'Difference'? To Fin...
Become a Franchisee at Age 21? Just Ask Hailey Nault...
This Franchisee Went From Laid-Off Employee to Accom...
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Why These Newlyweds Opened the First Orangetheory Fitness in Manhattan
Five years after the concept's creation, Adam Krell and Jessica Kumari opened the fitness franchise's first location in Manhattan.
What It Feels Like to Run a Startup and a Franchise
Julie and Kevin McAdoo say, if they had to do it all over again, they'd start with the franchise, not the startup.
A Franchisee for Whom 'Like Father, Like Son' Has Special Meaning
Ben Korn purchased his father's Safeguard franchise in Tucson, where he could foresee future growth there, as well as year-round golf.
A Franchisee Who's Expert at Building Both Shelves and Revenues
Alan Regala is so good at home improvement that he reached the $1 million revenue mark within three years.
A Franchise That Develops Leaders Was Just What This Military Veteran Was Looking For
Tutor Doctor has the structure and strong support team that appealed to a 22-year Navy duty officer.
Why This Air Force Veteran Decided to Become a Franchisee of a Brand She Loved as a Kid
After eight years as an Air Force officer, Tammy Tubbs decided to open up a Papa Murphy's franchise.
From Award-Winning High School Entrepreneur to Edible Arrangements Franchisee
Aislinn Smith first appeared in 'Entrepreneur' 20 years ago, after founding a dance studio as a teenager. Here's what she's been up to in the last two decades.
A Former Athlete Spills on Opening a Fitness Franchise
After a life of playing and coaching sports, Heidi Parr became a multi-unit Power Train franchisee.
Navy Veteran's Servant Leadership Helped Turn Around His Franchise
Company growth -- made possible by employees who feel valued -- is on the horizon.
A Pretzel Franchise That Won't Leave Anyone Bent Out of Shape
This New York City firefighting franchise finds that with Philly Pretzel Factory there are mercifully few fires to put out.
What is the True Entrepreneur's 'Difference'? To Find Out, Ask Yourself These 3 Questions.
Here is one of those questions: Do you fear losing your job?
A Franchise That Says It With Flowers, and Fruit and Chocolates
As an Edible Arrangements franchisee, Scott Greenberg finds inspiration for his other business: motivational speaking.
Converting a Family Business Into a Franchised Brand
More than 30 years after his mother founded the business, Matt Rand turned Rand Realty into a Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate franchised location.
A Blimpie Franchisee on the Benefits of Franchising as an Immigrant
David Old used an investor's visa to move from Mexico City and become a Blimpie Subs and Salads franchisee in Sam Houston, Texas.
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