News and Articles About Franchise Players
This couple didn't have experience in insurance when they opened their Brightway franchise, but together, they were able to overcome their challenges.
Charles Fisher discovered Massage Envy Spa while heading home from serving in Iraq. The rest is franchising history.
Kristel Thomas was willing to do whatever it took to help her son and other kids overcome their neurological challenges. It led to her becoming a franchisee.
As his children's primary caregiver, franchising gives Rick Werner the flexibility he needs to be a present father.
As a Tutor Doctor franchisee, Chris Lien's career priorities align with his family priorities.
Aneesh Patel got an early start in the food industry, opening five restaurant franchises before he graduated from college.
This 60-year-old mother, grandmother and franchisee has been defying stereotypes as a powerful woman in tech since 1999.
Howard Zeller lets history be his guide as a franchisee at this nostalgic burger joint.
Scott Adams took on eco-friendly franchising as a Massage Green Spa franchisee. Here's what he has learned.
SuperGreen Solutions gave Mark Sudak a chance to find energy efficient environmental solutions in his community.
LED Source is the first U.S. franchisor in the LED lighting industry. Jamie Shapiro is its first franchisee. Here's what it means to pave the way.
Ed Manns has been in the restaurant business since age 16. Now a Golden Corral franchisee, he knows the industry -- and all its demands -- inside and out.
This mother-daughter duo found a new family in franchising, all while proving that age is nothing but a number.
Jitin Choudhury went from working at Blimpie at age 16 with his mother to owning his own franchise.
When his parent company went under, James Thomson refused to quit the sports fundraising industry, becoming an NFP Sports franchisee.
Chris Gately's first steps to become a Workout Anytime franchisee began while he was serving in the military.
For National Guard veteran Steve Grimes, the most surprising challenge in opening his franchise was finding funding.
In the military, Nick Colgin earned a Bronze Star for saving the life of a French soldier. Now, he works as a franchisee for the 'Apple of the home industry.'
Chuck and Denise Kerr learned the value of teamwork in the military. Now, their bringing it to their burger franchise.
Jim Lager didn't have much business experience when he started in franchising. But his time in the military hard taught him one thing: how to think fast.
Gordon Dupries helps future veteran franchisees get started on the right foot with the Boot to Business program.
A look at how Mike Lohman spearheaded an effort for Go Mini's dealers to purchase the company.
This franchisee worked as a professional cyclist, a cooking show host, a house-flipper and more before finding franchising.
When Unishippers debuted a new national model, Brian Lendin was eager to be one of the company's guinea pigs.
Dave O'Brien is a busy man, serving in the military while running three Pet Supplies Plus locations.