Take It From The Pros
The companies within this archetype stand out for being employee champions and employing evidence-based management wisdom.
The founder of Lemonly cites personal touches -- and a midwestern courtesy -- for helping to build its brand.
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Mary and Larry Banning have been empowered by the success of their three Batteries Plus Bulbs outlets in Fairbanks, Anchorage and Wasilla.
Diane Carson battled breast cancer, then set up her business. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she's spreading the word on offering support to those in need.
Chiral Desai is an author and an architect but Nothing Bundt Cakes satisfied her sweet tooth and was a "perfect fit" for her personality.
Chris and Kristina Bauge have found ILoveKickboxing healthy in terms of both physical fitness and profit.
Derek Cole held a variety of jobs in HVAC before becoming a franchise owner in 2009.
For Chicagoan Fred Haas, a Miracle Method franchise felt familiar, relevant and right.
Parter Robert Bertram and Robert Coan's biggest challenge was waiting, and waiting and waiting for that all-important state license.
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Now age 21, Ron Balchandani has had to deal with the challenge of managing employees much older than he.
With six kids to care for, Becky and Eric Elder were hit hard by the Great Recession. But they survived by fighting, and filing taxes, for their many clients.
Tony and Theresa Oliver liked ARCpoint Labs' multiple income streams and the 'clean/white-collar' feel of the drug-screening brand.
Patch Boys is only the latest initiative Bill Bunting has jumped into over the past 15 years.
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