Can One Startup Grow By Franchising Only To Veterans?

September 27, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments

Forbes:

Jerry Flanagan is a 45-year-old Army and National Guard veteran from Wayne, Pa., who thinks returning vets should have a shot at owning their own business.

He’s the owner of a year-old startup, J-Dog Junk Removal, and he’s putting his opinion practice by franchising his business — only to veterans.

Does that make J-Dog a great business opportunity for veterans? There could be some distinct advantages to enlist in the new, all-veteran organization, but also some very real risks.

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