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Marie Rosecrans was raised by parents who immigrated to the U.S. and started a small business. Here's what this Salesforce SVP learned from them about business success.
Mike Jaynes worked at a Marco's Pizza as a young adult to earn money for college. He bonded with the founder, who became his mentor, and now Jaynes serves as a franchisee and an EVP for the company.
Macaire Douglas began selling her son's clothing and sharing brands she loved over Instagram. This soon blossomed into a full-fledged e-commerce store and retail studio.
Rita Goldberg has been a swimmer for most of her life, and has spent the last nearly 40 years running her franchised company, British Swim School. Here's what swimming has taught her about business.
At age 27, Marcia Donziger found herself with advanced ovarian cancer. After her experiences, she launched MyLifeLine.org as a web-based support system for cancer patients and their families.
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After nearly a decade as a Tumbles franchisee, Manish Vakil purchased the company and now serves as the CEO. Here's his story.
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Julie Burleson had pursued several culinary entrepreneurial ventures, but it wasn't until she founded Young Chefs Academy that she was able to marry her passions of family and cooking.
After managing a $15M art fund, Nahema Mehta noticed a gap in the art buying market. She co-founded Absolut Art as a sustainable, price-conscious, seamless way to buy contemporary art.