Entrepreneur Magazine and Franchise Business Review Release their 2017 Lists of Top Franchises for Veterans

Earlier this month Entrepreneur Magazine and Franchise Business Review released their respective lists of top franchises for veterans.  Each publication based its list on various criteria and information derived from surveys focused on each company's veteran incentives, franchisor support, and franchisee satisfaction. Although I express no opinion as to the rankings in particular, I can... Continue Reading →

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Exciting Opportunities Realized Through Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps

Last week I learned for the first time about the organization "Count Me In" and its #WVEC2013 small business pitch competition initiated through the Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps. The program is designed specifically for women business owners who are themselves veterans or are the spouse/daughter of a veteran. Being a veteran myself, I simply had... Continue Reading →

Memory Champ Remembers Veterans

As I arrived back to my office this afternoon from a morning seminar, I look out my window and discover quite an amazing feat being undertaken just a few floors below in Fort Worth's Burnet Park. Fort Worth Resident and Navy Veteran Ron White, a two time U.S. National Memory Champion, has memorized the rank,... Continue Reading →

A Salute to the Franchise World on Veteran’s Day

This post is somewhat different from my usual but, then again, this day (yesterday officially) is unlike any other day of the year.  Being a veteran and now being involved in the franchise world, it is incredibly rewarding for me to see the efforts being made by the franchise industry to assist our warriors as... Continue Reading →

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