Women in Franchising
Vanesa Ellis was no expert in mosquitos or lawn care, but other experiences made her a perfect fit for two home-care brands.
She Protected the President's Life Before She Opened a Fitness Center. Here's How She Deals With Imposter Syndrome.
She Coleman owns a location of The Camp Transformation Center, and her journey through multiple male-dominated industries has taught her a lot about strength.
Thought the industry has typically been dominated by men, that's starting to shift. Here's why.
Women and Minorities Getting Rejected for Business Loans Is a Huge Problem. This Franchise Tried a New Training Program, and Now It Has a 100% Approval Rate for Diverse Franchisees.
Here's how you can replicate their success.
Franchising is full of inspiring women to know
Women are making big moves in the franchising world.
From workforce shortages to changing minds in Washington, these women are pushing the franchise world forward.
My gender is an identity that I have been given from a social platform. In a professional platform, I am equal.
In an exclusive conversation with Entrepreneur, Nestle India Managing Director and Chairman Suresh Narayanan spoke about the necessity of having diversity at workplaces
After nine years as a stay-at-home mom, Andrea Sammreich reentered the working world as a Pillar to Post Home Inspections franchisee.
Rissy Sutherland played the field in the franchise industry, before becoming COO of Honest-1 Auto Care.
Jeanne Lemieux worked as a technician for 26 years before opening up her own Mr. Appliance franchise. Here's what she learned.
Two Men and a Truck is built on a family of female entrepreneurs. Here's what the first franchisee (and the founder's daughter) has learned.
Alicia Sorber Gallegos talks working as a Two Men and a Truck franchisee—a company founded by her grandmother.