Franchises

Ice Cream

Pop Quiz: How Well Do You Know Ben & Jerry's?

From its legendary flavor graveyard to its iconic cow on its packaging, we want to test your Ben & Jerry's trivia for National Ice Cream month.
Franchises

Why More Baby Boomers Are Looking to Franchise

Twenty-two percent of boomers have less than $100,000 of retirement savings.
Franchises

Travel Agencies Are Seeing a Boom -- and This Franchise Knows Why

Learn how Rob Steinfeld and Dean Hanson set up a franchise and joined the unexpected travel boom.
Expansion

5 Things to Consider Before You Open More Locations

Once your first business succeeds, it's easy to get complacent. Ask yourself what you should do next.
Franchises

This Daiquiri Franchise Does One Simple Thing to Stand Apart

Why this successful psychologist left for a future in the bar business.
Franchisees

A Modest Proposal to Franchisors

People are continuing to buy into franchises without a clear understanding of the risks.
Franchise Players

This Franchise Is Going to the Dogs, and That's Absolutely Fine

A Pennsylvania-based father and son gave up their IT jobs to team up in the canine business.
Franchise Players

This Franchisee Started a Business That's Got Wheels on It

Need a bike repair? A rental? A new bike? Andrew Alexander's mobile Velofix van will bring it to your home or business.
Franchise of the day

Franchise of the Day: This Taco Shop Will Have You Feeling Warm and 'Fuzzy'

After launching the restaurant in 2003, a father and son duo set out to make their Mexican-food concept a franchise.
Franchises

Warm Up to Franchising: How to Do Due Diligence While on Vacation

There are some ways you can continue your path to entrepreneurship while relaxing on vacation.
Franchise Players

How This Man's High School Job Evolved Into a Food-Franchise Career

In the late 90s, John Gulledge was a high school student hungry for work and experience. Today, he's a successful franchisee enjoying his just desserts.
Take It From The Pros

This Entrepreneur Created a Global Café Franchise as an 'F You' to Starbucks

Wheelys Café CEO Maria De La Croix hails from Sweden and has a fine arts degree, but she identifies with the Silicon Valley ethos.
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