Michael Sherman, like many Americans, was downsized by his company. He decided to go into business for himself and chose a franchise in which he found instant appeal and a built-in niche market – men’s grooming.
National franchisors expanding along the Front Range will be represented at a Meet the Franchisor event in June.
My 19-year-old son, who has very little travel experience, recently had to catch a connecting flight home for spring break. It occurred to me, only after he called me twenty times, that he’s never had to make a connection on his own before. I pictured him standing in the middle of Sky Harbor Airport in […]
U.S. Veterans who served in any branch of the military can receive financial incentives to purchase franchised small businesses, not available to other franchise investors.
Procrastination can stop us from completing so many things. Starting a business can be one of those things. The process involved in getting a business started can seem overwhelming at times since there is so much to do in the initial stages and that overwhelming feeling can prevent action. However ACTION is a requirement for […]
Starting a business can be like putting a puzzle together for the first time: there’s all the sorting, then fitting the pieces together, then hoping none of the pieces are actually missing. In the end, the greatest satisfaction comes from seeing the completed picture. Sometimes the pieces fit together without any problems. Sometimes it takes […]