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Franchisees Smile On Their Way To The Bank

In the current market environment, a profitable business built on a proven business model would be less risky to both the business owner and its lender, compared to highly speculative property investment or any small, unsupported business.



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Crowne Plaza Franchise Lays Fresh ‘Grass Carpets’ In Meeting Rooms To Promote Creativity

In a bid to inject some creativity into traditional and often mundane business meetings, Crowne Plaza is laying fresh green grass in conference rooms at a number of its hotels across the UK and Ireland.


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Stratus Enables American Dream For Immigrant

Nebojsa “Shon” Vukomanovic didn’t just start on the ground floor when he launched his own business.


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Hairhouse Warehouse Awards Franchisees

Hairhouse Warehouse has named its Franchisees of the Year as multi-unit franchisees Tim and Rebecca Arriola.


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Signs Express Recruiting In Kent

Thriving print and signage franchise Signs Express is looking for a franchise owner to own and operate its Kent territory.


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Professions That Stand The Test Of Time

Whether it’s making old-fashioned milk shakes, developing film or repairing typewriters, the challenge is to adapt to the times and find ways to make time-honored skills relevant in today’s economy.


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Recycling Unwanted Glass Into Household Products

Mr Larter’s latest venture sees bottles of unusual shapes and colours melted down and crafted by slumper Laurence King into useful household items such as dishes or cutting broads.


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Inventor Resources

Just a reminder that August is National Inventors Month.


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Russian Entrepreneur Forces Beliefs On Employees

[He] has stirred a controversy by asking his employees, who might staying with an unmarried boyfriend or girlfriend, to stop “living in sin” and get married in church within two months, or be fired.