When Philip Maung began a sushi-making company on his dining room table 14 years ago, a 46,000-square-foot headquarters with ping-pong tables, spontaneous karaoke sing-a-longs and smiling employees seemed like a distant dream. Yet, over the last decade and amid a struggling economy, Maung has built his business into a vibrant food service distribution company that currently manages over 400 sushi bars in high-end grocery stores, cafes, hospitals and universities throughout the United States.
A true embodiment of the American dream (he came to the U.S. in 1989 with $13), Maung saw a business opportunity in a practically destitute sushi market on the east coast. He chose Charlotte as the company’s base because of the number of banks the city had, but quickly learned they were hesitant to give him a loan without previous successes. Pooling resources with his wife, Maung says Hissho started with many sleepless nights.
Information about starting your own Hissho Sushi restaurant can be found here.
Can we solve the #1 Business problem people have today? Yes -- and the answer is simple...
The coffee vending business is your opportunity to cash in on the 30 billion dollar coffee industry.
Sell our revolutionary online ordering products to businesses under your own brand...
Coaching is a high-margin business where you can utilize your sales and/or business experience.
Millions of people retire in poverty - but it doesnt have to be this way!
Jamberry Nails signature product, Jamberry Nail Shields, which are essentially stick-on nail art
Thin Energy is looking for a limited number of motivated business minded people...