USA Today interviews FootzyRoll co-founders and sisters Jennifer and Sarah Caplan about the creation of their small business and strategies they are using to grow it.
Small businesses are expected to increase their head-counts this year, more small businesses plan to increase retail prices in 2011, and new government programs should provide community banks relief necessary to free up loan dollars.
Omaha boasts hundreds of small businesses, some of them just starting out in this rocky economy.
For a franchise fee of $25,000 and another $20,000 or so for equipment, a franchise owner can get started.
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