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Taking Command: The Crew Is Only as Good as the Captain
Leadership

Taking Command: The Crew Is Only as Good as the Captain

There were only good sailors on the USS Montpelier, but a new commander was needed to make them a great crew.
Ron LaSalvia
Remember the Forgotten Military Veterans of World War II
Veterans Day

Remember the Forgotten Military Veterans of World War II

Then, as now, the American armed services were a mosaic as varied as the nation itself. Let us honor all who served on Veteran's Day.
Chad Storlie
Veteran Franchisees, We Salute You (Infographic)
Veteran Entrepreneurs

Veteran Franchisees, We Salute You (Infographic)

More veterans are embracing their entrepreneurial side. Check out these facts and figures.
Carly Okyle
How the Printing Biz Was a Better Deal for This U.S. Military Veteran
Franchise Players

How the Printing Biz Was a Better Deal for This U.S. Military Veteran

Greg Kingsbury of Arizona is thriving as a franchisee with Better Deal Printing, a company uniquely positioned to give back to the veteran community.
Erin Schultz
From Battlefield to Business: These Companies Are Looking to Hire Veterans
Military Veterans

From Battlefield to Business: These Companies Are Looking to Hire Veterans

Skills honed during military service transfer naturally to franchise ownership.
A Franchisee Who Supports Veterans Beyond the Battlefield
Franchise Players

A Franchisee Who Supports Veterans Beyond the Battlefield

Michael O'Neill runs his JDog Junk Removal and Hauling franchise in accordance with the Soldier's Creed.
Kate Taylor
Meet the Ambitious Franchisees Who Turned Modest Investments Into Bustling Businesses
Franchises

Meet the Ambitious Franchisees Who Turned Modest Investments Into Bustling Businesses

Low-cost franchises are proving lucrative for those willing to put the time and energy into building them up.
How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise
Franchise Players

How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise

Not even 30 years old, Daniel Kemelman has brought skills from his time in the National Guard into his Bareburger restaurant.
Carly Okyle
Veterans Are Natural Born Entrepreneurs
Veteran Entrepreneurs

Veterans Are Natural Born Entrepreneurs

Discipline, training and organization can be tapped for financial victory.
Jesse Torres
Thank You for Your Service - 4 Business Funding Programs for Veterans
Veteran Entrepreneurs

Thank You for Your Service - 4 Business Funding Programs for Veterans

A grateful nation gives its warriors at least a bit of help making the transition from military life to launching their own businesses.
Kedma Ough
Franchise Players: How I Turned Military Lessons Into Business Success
Franchise Players

Franchise Players: How I Turned Military Lessons Into Business Success

Andrew Wilson hasn't let the fact that he's spent five of the last 10 years deployed slow him down as a franchisee.
Kate Taylor
Keeping Score Matters, But Not How You Think
Goals

Keeping Score Matters, But Not How You Think

Tracking your progress is important to self-improvement, but beware letting others be the referee.
John Brubaker
Franchise Players: Army Vet Finds a New Team as a Marco's Pizza Multi-Unit Franchisee
Franchise Players

Franchise Players: Army Vet Finds a New Team as a Marco's Pizza Multi-Unit Franchisee

Returning to civilian life, Joe Walker found both comradery and a commitment to integrity in franchising.
Kate Taylor
Motivating Women Vets to Start Businesses
Ready To Launch

Motivating Women Vets to Start Businesses

West Point grad Meghan Florkowski runs an affordable program that trains female veterans for entrepreneurial life.