They say that with age comes wisdom, but one very young entrepreneur from Texas has set out to prove otherwise. Mikaila Ulmer was just four years old when she founded BeeSweet Lemonade. She founded the company...
Sara Blakely went from selling fax machines door-to-door to the world's youngest self-made female billionaire at age 41 when she turned $5,000 of savings into a booming business: Spanx.
You have a great idea for a business. You’ve tested it, maybe even sold a few items and now want to take it to the next level. Maybe you need some funding, a technical expert or you just need someone to run the business-side while you generate growth ideas. No matter your entrepreneurial situation, there will come a time when you discover that you can’t do it all alone. When you get to that juncture, you have two options:
Gigi Butler was a cleaning lady with just $33 to her name when she opened her first cupcake shop in Nashville, Tennessee, almost seven years ago.
A franchise, in its simplest definition, is a business opportunity that allows the franchisee (possibly you) to start a business by legally using someone else's (the franchisor's) expertise, ideas, and processes. Is franchising for you? This post could guide you toward a decision.