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Caleb Nelson started at 20 in the franchise business and worked his way up to success -- on his own steam.
With a Right at Home franchise, Laura Greenway-Balnar found the perfect application for her gerontology nursing expertise.
Robert Shingleton moved from a $2 billion arbitrage portfolio to ownership of 14 sub sandwich restaurants, and he hasn't looked back.
Meghan and Court Fable enjoy the staffing business despite the challenge of having "no hours." They're always open.
Franchisee Bill Hooks says he's learned that you coach restaurants, you don't really manage them.
Today, Drayton Mayers is taking on his tech competitors in his hometown, and thriving.
Home improvement franchisee Kory Arntson has been honored by Angie's List not once but three times.
For Our Town America's first franchisee Sondra Conk, that warm feeling of home never gets old.
Ben Korn purchased his father's Safeguard franchise in Tucson, where he could foresee future growth there, as well as year-round golf.
Alan Regala is so good at home improvement that he reached the $1 million revenue mark within three years.
If you don't know what gives your new business an edge in the marketplace, here's how to figure out your unique strengths and tell others about them.