Apr 14

Low Cost, Semi-Passive Franchise – GREAT for Women

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This is a great business for women who want to use their business skills and profit while enjoying plenty of time for their children and families:

Unique and growing industry gaining momentum. Robust growth potential in Atlanta Metro. Cloud based software to keep a pulse on the business on-the-go or from home. Proven advertising system that makes the phone ring. Repeat customers with very high retention. Only a few employees to manages with the help Read more.

Apr 14

More than French Fries

french fries The biggest misconception about the franchise industry is that it’s all about fast food and restaurants with high costs, big risks and long hours.

I’m excited to be partnering with the Georgia State University Robinson College of Business and the Small Business Development Center to present “More than French Fries: A Realistic Discussion about Franchise Opportunities.”  The workshop will be Tuesday, April 29, from 1:00PM to 3:00PM at the GSU Alpharetta Read more.

Apr 14

Franchising Gives Back

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I recently attended the International Franchise Association’s 2014 Annual Convention in New Orleans and was delighted to participate in IFA’s Third Annual Franchising Gives Back community service project helping the Einstein Charter School in New Orleans.  You can see more pictures here.