Like many new small-business owners, Cathy Deano knew nothing about franchising when she and a partner launched a series of bring-your-own-wine painting classes in Mandeville, La., four years ago.
Amramp is North Americaâ€™s leading wheelchair ramp company, with franchise locations across the U.S.
On a crisp November morning along Victoriaâ€™s Inner Harbour, Harold Aune ambles down the dock, cautiously avoiding a slick coating of frost on the wooden planks beneath his feet.
Jacob D’Aniello, co-founder and chief executive officer of DoodyCalls, can imagine only one scenario in which his business could fail.
Painting With a Twist is a national chain of franchised businesses that offers instructor led painting classes.
“In Amsterdam, I saw these places selling gourmet fries,” he said.
Because of customs duties and shipping, products in Taste of America stores are more expensive than in most U.S.
In fact, with the extreme popularity of Fantasy Football, many of us act as fantasy â€œfranchise ownersâ€ drafting our own players to fill our fantasy football rosters.
According to co-founder Craig Sher, the idea for providing a designated driver service is hardly new.
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