PostNet franchisees are among the most satisfied business owners in franchising, according to a recent survey conducted by Franchise Business Review, an independent market research firm based in Portsmouth, NH.
A business’ most vital asset is their customer base. In fact, the level of customer service a company provides can make or break the business, especially in an ultra-competitive marketplace.
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Many schools will train students about business, but Metropolitan State College of Denver wants to take it a step further and set them up in their own businesses.
Metro’s Center for Innovation plans to launch a “Franchise Ownership Program” this fall that will provide students with training, connect them to franchisers and provide financing.
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Castle Rock is a long way from Paris, but that’s where Thierry Simon decided to open his own business.
Marietta Smith and Kellie Pomfrey may have just opened their Neighborhood Business Centers, but they’re already packaging and shipping experts!