Carl Stoffers

Entrepreneur Staff
Senior Business Editor



Cómo emigrar de Argentina al Bronx a los 11 a?os la preparó para la vida como franquiciada

Vanesa Ellis no tenía experiencia en control de plagas ni en cuidados del pasto, pero otras experiencias la convirtieron en la candidata perfecta para dos marcas de atención domiciliaria.


How Immigrating From Argentina to the Bronx at 11 Prepared Her For Life as a Franchisee

Vanesa Ellis was no expert in mosquitos or lawn care, but other experiences made her a perfect fit for two home-care brands.


This Southern Biscuit Business Was Taking Off When It's Founder Died Suddenly. Here's What Happened Next.

The team at Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken came to understand "the ultimate measure of a good leader."


This Entrepreneur's Franchise Made More Than $1 Million This Year — And it All Started Because of a Devastating Water Leak

A homeowner saw a disaster, but this entrepreneur saw a gap in the market — and a franchise opportunity.


A History of Franchising, From a Founding Father's Printing Press to Fast Food Chains

In honor of Franchise Appreciation Day on September 2, we look at the history of franchising.


Dog Training Franchises Can Struggle in a Crowded Marketplace. Here's How One Company Expanded to 300 U.S. Franchises.

Dog Training Elite used a personalized model — training dogs and educating owners — to differentiate itself and expand.

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