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June 2016
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How These Franchises are Getting a Second Chance

Customers loved these franchises once before. New owners are betting they will again.

What a Screen-Repair Franchise Taught 2 Burger-Joint Vets

Their jobs at In-N-Out Burger gave Jason Frazier and Brandon Wlasischuk the skills they needed to be successful Screenmobile franchisees.

Start These 225 Franchises for $50,000 or Less

If you'd like to be your own boss without breaking the bank, look no further than these budget-friendly franchises

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The Savvy Ways this Bracelet Maker Stays One Step Ahead

Joseph Ferlito anticipates potential future problems to ensure his company's success.

The Important Reason This Snack Company Didn't Wait for 'Perfect'

EPIC bars had imperfect production in the beginning, but it paid off perfectly.

To Grow, This Home Stager Said 'Yes,' and Figured It Out Later

Screenwriter Meridith Baer began a home staging business by diving in before she'd nailed down the details.

Innovation Gave This Yoga Company the Momentum it Needed

Meet the team that invented the yoga wheel and learn how they're keeping their idea fresh.

To Protect Their Vision, These Founders Turned Down a 6-Figure Opportunity

Brett and Sven Newman grew their company, Daylight Design, by focusing on the clients and projects they were interested in, even though that meant walking away from a large sum of money early on.

This Tech Founder Runs His Company Between Surf Sessions in Hawaii

The staff of the social media management app Buffer can work anywhere in the world. Here's how the company was designed for nomadic employees.

How Craft Brewing Inspired This Denver Winemaker

Ben Parsons is bringing top-shelf wine to the masses with Infinite Monkey Theorem, sometimes in cans sold as four-packs.

This Swim School's Model Makes Life Easy for Franchisees

Matt Lane and Paul Gerrard tested the waters before franchising SafeSplash, and it's been making waves ever since.

These Founders Called 1,000 Customers Personally -- and They'd Do it Again

Geoffrey Woo and Michael Brandt personally reached out to customers after orders of their product was delayed. It was weeks of work, but they don't regret it. Read on to see why.

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