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It’s proven through entrepreneurship, that anyone can succeed without ever owning a prior business or having any additional background or skill set to support an initial dream. You can start with extremely humble beginnings, but with a strong passion to work for yourself, you can create your own path.

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It’s been an exciting year for Karese Cain, co-owner of a British Swim School franchise in Miami. Not only has she been profiled in the media—now she’s looking to expand after less than two years into the business.For someone that never considered business ownership, Cain’s story is quite remarkable.

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Patterson gives back to Compton by providing low-cost groceries and owning Grocery Outlet in Compton.  The post Kia Patterson Takes Over Ownership of Grocery Outlet in Compton  appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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Webb creates a family business through encouraging, preparing and mentoring his children.  The post Reginald Webb Passes Business Down to His Children  appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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Patricia Williams starts a legacy for herself and her daughters by owning 13 McDonald's The post Mother-Daughter Trio Takes on McDonald’s Ownership appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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 Sherman Lewis III says that he may be conservative by nature but he “bet the house” when he decided to launch his business venture in Houston 14 years ago.While creating a portfolio of real estate properties in the Washington, D.C. metro area, Lewis, who was 33 at the time, found out about the possibility of owning Shell gas stations. “It w...

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Miami Heat’s forward and team captain Udonis Haslem, who along with his JFC Miami business partner Ramona D. Hall, is set to open two Einstein Bros. Bagels and two Starbucks locations in The Magic City. The new franchise outlets add to Haslem’s portfolio that includes five Subway sandwich shops and two Auntie Anne’s.JFC Miami Management...

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Wilson A. Rogers one of the first African Americans to operate a McDonald's franchise has died. He was 93.Born May 1, 1923 in West Point, OH, Rogers was one of eight children was drafted at 19 and served in World War II, where he was stationed in France with the 537 Quarter Master Corps. He received an honorable discharge,  and worked numerous j...

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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 07:00

Is Franchising a Fit for You?

Before taking the leap make sure you've thoroughly researched every nuance of this business model....

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Courtesy of Wingstop Franchisee Tina D. HowellTina D. Howell is a visionary entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the business world.She currently owns and serves as CEO of Virtual Home Care Inc., a home health agency located in Dallas, Texas, as well as two highly successful Wingstopfranchises in South Florida.Wingstop is a...

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