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Wednesday, 26 August 2015 05:01
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The Federal Trade Commission has banned 18 elusive marketers, who cheated consumers out of more than $10 million, from selling business or work-at-home opportunities under court orders. Most of the victims affected where seniors with limited income and savings.


These orders resolve charges that the defendants conned consumers into thinking they could make money by referring merchants in their area to a non-existent money-lending service. The defendants, who began operating as “Money Now Funding,” tried to avoid detection by law enforcement by changing product names, office locations and merchant identities.

They falsely claimed consumers would earn up to $3,000 per month by referring small businesses to the defendants to obtain loans. After consumers paid up to $499 to buy the business opportunity and were told that in order to succeed they had to buy sales leads that cost tens of thousands of dollars but turned out to be worthless.


The various judgments and settlements impose a ban on selling business or work-at-home opportunities on Lukeroy K. Rose, Leary Darling, Solana DePaola, Lance Himes, Cordell Bess, Cynthia Miller, Clinton Rackley, and Richard Frost, and 10 corporate defendants: Money Now Funding LLC, Rose Marketing LLC, DePaola Marketing LLC, Affiliate Marketing Group LLC, Affinity Technologies LLC, Global Network Marketing LLC, Precise Payroll Services LLC, Strategic Media Advertising LLC, Legal Doxs LLC and US Doc Assist LLC. Some defendants are also banned from telemarketing. In addition, the judgments and settlements include provisions that apply specifically to certain defendants, prohibiting them from engaging in the types of misconduct alleged by the FTC.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015 04:27
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Doreen Foxwell founded The Children’s School of Yoga in 2004 after having an epiphany that she was meant to teach children’s yoga. Since that time has taught thousands of students in over 150+ locations. We recently spoke with Foxwell to find out what she looks for in potential franchisees, what a typical day is like and where she sees the franchise headed in the next five years.

What’s special about the franchise?

It is one of the first children’s yoga franchises.


What is the idea behind the franchise?

To teach yoga to children in a fun/age appropriate way.

How does it compare to its competition?

It is a very low-cost franchise versus a Gymboree or other fitness franchises.

What do you look for in a potential franchisee?

The candidate must have a yoga background as well as experience working with children.

Where do you see the franchise in five years?

I see the franchise continuing to expand in growth from the Hudson Valley Region outwards.

Can you describe a typical day in the life of a franchisee?

A franchisee will be responsible for the behind the scenes operations as well as teaching classes on the road.

What’s your background?

Children’s recreation, dance, music, fitness, theater.

What motivates you to keep going?

My desire to be every child’s first yoga teacher in a fun-filled way so that they will continue doing yoga into their adult life.

If you were to start again, what would you do differently?

I would try to replace myself in every role versus doing it all.

Please tell us your secret to success…

My passion for my business, loving what I do.

What is one trend that really excites you?

Yoga’s growth

What are your three favorite online tools or resources and what do you love about them? Facebook: The ease of use.

Email: The ease of communicating all hours/day or night.

Google: The best resource for anything you need to know about anything.

Do you (or did you ever) have a mentor?

I have used life coaches and early in my children’s yoga career I had a mentor during my certification process.

Any final words for aspiring entrepreneurs?

Trust your instinct. Anytime I did my business moved forward, and whenever I did not it was a problem.

Where can people get more information on The Children’s School of Yoga franchise opportunities?

Visit the website here.

Where can people find your The Children’s School of Yoga on social media?


Wednesday, 26 August 2015 02:54
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If, in the back of your mind, you’ve been thinking about selling your business, then the truth is this: It may be time. Of course, selling your business is a big decision, and one that you shouldn’t take lightly. However, if you feel like you need some reasons to push yourself in that direction, then here are five:


5. The Coming Economy

You’re probably well aware that the economic environment isn’t as favorable for small- and medium-sized business today as it was only a few short decades ago. That being said, things aren’t exactly terrible at the moment. But, where do you think things are heading? When you ask most economic analysts, the general consensus is that the economy will only become worse for small- and medium-sized businesses in the years to come. Do you want to weather that storm, or would you rather pass your business to someone else who will?

4. Retirement

If you have a business that’s enjoyed a high degree of success over its run, then you’ve managed to amass a valuable asset (and some wealth on the side). Have you ever stopped to ask yourself how much is enough for you? Sure, many entrepreneurs want more, more, more, but other entrepreneurs just want their own financial independence. Have you achieved that? If so, then why are you wasting your days running a business when you could be enjoying everything else that the world has to offer?

3. Another Opportunity

On the other side of the equation, there may be other opportunities that have arisen since you started your business. But, given your dedication to the thing that you built yourself, you’ve likely passed them all over. Now that you’ve found success for your business, though, maybe it’s time to move on to the next thing. If there’s another opportunity that’s particularly exciting to you, then why not go after it? You’ve proven your capabilities with your business, aren’t you capable of even more?

2. It’s a Seller’s Market

Depending upon what kind of business you own, the market might be incredible for selling, giving you the opportunity to get more for your business than it’s really worth. The excess capital that you accumulate can be used to start another business, pursue a different opportunity, or to simply retire on. Remember that these seller’s markets don’t last forever. Put some thought into it!

1. The Magic Is Gone

The biggest reason that most entrepreneurs sell their businesses is simple. They’re simply bored. It was exciting to begin with, but over time, the day-to-day of running the business has gotten tiring. Plus, it doesn’t seem like there’s room to do anything differently – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? As an entrepreneur, you need to keep your interest piqued. So, why not make that happen for yourself?


The Decision Takes Time

The above are all great reasons for selling your business, but they might not be the right reasons for you. If you’re seriously considering selling, be sure to give the decision the proper amount of time it deserves. Otherwise, you could find yourself regretting the decision to sell later on down the line.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:26
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MilliCare Textile & Carpet Care franchisees are independent business owners supported by a global network of peers, MilliCare Corporate, and Milliken & Company, a multi-billion dollar textile and chemical corporation. From multi-tenant buildings, healthcare facilities and universities to corporate campuses and Fortune 500 companies, MilliCare franchisees are the go-to source to meet today’s commercial green initiatives in building care.

One such franchisee is Michael Gottlieb, who along with Ryan Afromsky, owns MilliCare by Advanced Green Solutions in Van Nuys, California. We recently spoke with Gottlieb to find out what challenges he faced when opening the franchise, who he sought advice from and where he sees his franchise in the next five years.

How long have you owned a franchise?

We started operating in 2011.

What were you doing before becoming a franchise owner?  

I was a journalist for more than 20 years, working for large, publicly held media companies, and my business partner, Ryan, started his own restaurant concept. On paper, it appeared to be a usual partnership but we had very different and complementary skill sets that have proven to be very beneficial in growing our business.

Why did you choose your franchise?  

As a journalist, I covered the commercial real estate world for about a decade and I saw the emergence of sustainability into the industry. We had been looking for business opportunities for about a year, when I was introduced to MilliCare Textile & Carpet Care. With MilliCare I saw an opportunity to take advantage of my knowledge of the commercial real estate industry and offer a service that takes the perceived “brain damage” out of going green. We thought MilliCare was perfectly placed to capitalize on the sustainability trend by providing a simple, easy to understand service that can plug into any facility and offer significant benefits to our clients’ operations and bottom line, while measurably reducing their environmental footprint. The opportunity to service Southern California also was striking, not just due to the size of the market and the unlimited growth potential, but because of the generally higher acceptance of sustainability here.

What were some of the challenges you faced when starting your franchise?  

We had to learn a new industry, literally from the ground up, and become experts in floor care. We also had to step outside of our comfort zones in many respects and we made plenty of mistakes along the way. In hindsight, this was a valuable learning experience, but in the moment it can be challenging to see that. For example, whereas my business partner focuses more on the operational side of the business, I tend to focus on business development and it took me some time to better understand the needs of prospective clients and to craft a truly compelling message versus simply extolling the benefits of our cleaning system. Once we learned to better refine our messaging, our conversion rate for new prospects to new clients increased significantly.

Where did you research or get advice about starting a franchise?   

We consulted with attorneys and accountants. We also had friends and family with substantial business expertise who offered us guidance. I also tapped experts in the real estate field that I had developed relationships with from my past life as a journalist. Lastly, MilliCare made available to us a significant amount of information and internal support as well as to the opportunity to talk to other owners in the network with businesses in various states of maturity. This was the most important advice we received as they gave us the most accurate idea of what we could expect.

What does a typical day look like for you?  

There is no typical day. But it is not uncommon for me to start my day checking up on the previous evening’s work and following up with clients to ensure that our services met their expectations and to share information about our clients facilities — we pride ourselves on being an extra set of eyes for our clients. I also travel all over Southern California meeting with prospective and existing clients, running demonstrations and evaluating facilities. When I am in the office, I am often working on proposals, working with our sales team or technicians, doing research and developing new initiatives to better refine and enhance our processes and investigating opportunities to grow our business. I also happen to be the shop mechanic so I make sure that all of our equipment is well maintained. We primarily work after hours, so my days can run very long as I often meet our crews at new or challenging job sites. I believe that I should do anything that I would ask our technicians to do and I also believe in setting a good example, so you will often find me on a piece of equipment instead of being on the sidelines, and I am often the last one to leave a job site late at night. That being said, we’ve put together an excellent team, which enables me to spend time with my family as it is a priority for me to be there for practices, doctor’s appointments and other events in my family’s life that are not just important to me but to my wife and children.

What is your secret to success?  

We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of service and value possible. We have attempted to engrain a sense of pride and responsibility in the culture of our company that starts with Ryan and I. That sense of ownership runs through our sales team to our technicians on the ground. In an industry where professionalism, communication and accountability can be lacking, we pride ourselves on always doing what we say we will do and never cutting corners if we think a better result is possible on behalf of our clients. Our pricing is very competitive and fair. As a result, our clients love us and they consistently return to us and because of strong referrals our business continues to feed itself and drive our growth. We also have a tremendous amount of confidence in what we do. We benefit from offering the best service in the industry, not just in terms of MilliCare’s patented carpeted and upholstery care, but in the other complimentary services we provide using the latest technology and industry leading products and equipment. When I walk into a meeting with a prospective client I walk in knowing that we can handle any situation, solve any problem and ultimately take the issue of floor care off of their plate.

What would you do differently if you had to do it all over?   

Be fearless. Ryan and I are very careful and deliberative by nature but I think we got in the way of our growth early on by being overly cautious. We learned that we have always been able to meet any challenge or service any client, but it took us surviving our first major growth spurt to understand that and not be afraid of growth. And along with that goes the realization that you can never invest enough in sales, which is the engine of business growth. We are always looking for people who might be a good fit for our sales team and our company.

Where do you see your business in five years?   

Much, much bigger. We have been one of the top-10 or top-20 fastest growing MilliCare network providers every month since October 2013. This year, we were recognized by MilliCare with the Sustained Growth Award for having the highest percentage-based growth in the network over the past three years. We plan to win many more awards. We also continue to develop and expand our slate of complimentary services in an effort to ultimately be a one-stop shop for high-quality, sustainable services for Southern California commercial facilities.

What is one trend that really excites you?   

Our position as a sustainable company has become more and more valuable to us as the effects of climate change become more stark. Being in California in the middle of a historic drought, offering a carpet cleaning service that uses 99% less water than traditional cleaning methods is compelling. That’s especially true when you can tell a client that they’ve saved thousands of gallons of water while their facility looks better than ever and they’ve probably saved money too. This is much more than good business, however. We are very proud of the fact that we have saved more than 180,000 gallons of water on behalf of our clients and we are going to continue to do our part to conserve this vital natural resource at a time when saving every drop counts.

What are your three favorite online tools or resources and what do you love about them?  

Our sales team uses CoStar, which is a commercial building database that provides us with a tremendous amount of market intelligence. Google is an invaluable tool for us to learn more about prospects and their priorities. We also rely heavily on smart phones. Our scheduling, timecards and work orders all are based on mobile technology and apps, which allows us to easily communicate with our workforce and have our finger on the pulse of our business at all times.

Do you (or did you ever) have a mentor?  

We have had many mentors, but in my opinion, our best mentors have been family. We are a family business at heart and our parents, who achieved incredible business success during their careers, have a way of helping us see our choices clearly. When our business was at a critical juncture, they were vital in helping us look past the daily challenges of a growing business and to embrace that growth. We haven’t looked back since. We wouldn’t be where we are today without their support.

What advice do you have for others looking to own a franchise?   

Do your homework, not just about the franchisor but about the industry as a whole. Also find a franchise doing something that you would like to do, something that you care about. Starting off you have to be prepared to do everything yourself and liking what you do makes that early stage easier. Also, your customers will see your passion and they will want to do business with you.

Would you recommend others be franchisees? Why?  

Yes. You can always start something from scratch but having the business support and training that comes with a franchise is incredibly valuable as there are so many things that need to happen correctly in order to operate a business successfully. That is hard to do on your own. Also, having a company or a brand behind you helps you make the case for why someone would want to hire you, buy from you or do business with you.

Where can people get more information on MilliCare franchise opportunities?

Visit the website here.

Where can people find your MilliCare on social media?


Tuesday, 25 August 2015 07:36
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If you’re thinking about investing in one of today’s top rated franchises, you’ve come to the right place. Our list has been ranked on several key factors and covers numerous industries and investment levels.


Browse our list to help narrow your search. With the right match, you can end up with a long-term, successful and fulfilling franchise. Good luck with your search!


Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe

Min Investment: $40,000
Camille’s Sidewalk Café has specialized in fresh delicious food in a warm and sunny atmosphere for over 16 years. Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe specializes in salads, wraps, deli sandwiches, flatbread pizza, smoothies, desserts and coffee. Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe becomes “your” Camille’s in that you can choose from garden fresh greens, fresh fixings, meats and your favorite dressing all mixed before your eyes. Whether you are a beginning developer or a seasoned restaurateur, the Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe support system will hold your hand from the beginning of site selection, through architecture and construction phases, to restaurant management training and your Grand Opening.

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Christian Brothers Automotive

Min Investment: $50,000
Christian Brothers opened its first store in 1982 and began franchising in 1996. There are now more than 135 locations nationwide. Best of all, Christian Brothers has never closed a franchise, earning it one of the best reputations among the top rated franchises. Christian Brothers Automotive offers a remarkably different auto service experience than the typical dealership or service station. They provide honest advice, fixing problems fast and help people stay on top of routine maintenance and head off potential problems. In turn, customers reward them with one of the highest customer satisfaction and loyalty ratings in the industry.


Firehouse Subs

Min Investment: $90,000
The Sorenson Brothers, both former firefighters, opened their first Firehouse Subs restaurant in Jacksonville, Fla., in 1994, and began franchising the concept just a year later. Approaching 1,000 locations, Firehouse Subs’ expansion is carefully calculated to optimize potential, profitability, investment, and of course, franchisees’ success. Each Firehouse Subs franchise is decorated with firefighting memorabilia and artwork, with a menu that features hot and cold subs and salads. Featuring second-to-none sub sandwiches, and a commitment to the communities they serve, Firehouse Subs is a daily affirmation that serving good food and doing good belong together.


Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

Min Investment: $175,000
Founded in 1976, Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, is an award-winning sandwich shop that remains true to its 38-year tradition of slow-roasting whole, all natural turkeys in-house nightly. Capriotti’s homemade ingredients, hand-crafted subs and unique menu items have won numerous accolades including being voted “Greatest Sandwich in America” and is a recent winner of “Best of” awards in Delaware, Las Vegas, Dallas, Quad Cities, Eastern Shore and San Diego. Their cold, grilled and vegetarian subs, cheese steaks and salads are available at more than 104 company-owned and franchise locations in fifteen states across the U.S. They have mastered the art of sandwich making since 1976, racking up over 250 awards and counting along the way to becoming one of the top rated franchises.

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Nutty Scientist

Min Investment: $35,000
Nutty Scientists creates fun, hands-on, spectacular interactive activities in the form of shows or workshops related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Their internationally recognized pedagogic methodology increases children’s motivation, as well as their creativity, problem-solving and understanding of basic analytics. Nutty Scientists is the fastest growing children’s franchise in the world, with franchises operating in more than 40 countries on all continents. Entrepreneur magazine recommends Nutty Scientists as one of the ‘Top 10 Franchises’ for 2015 and the future.


Jack in the Box

Min Investment: $750,000
Jack in the Box is among the nation’s leading fast-food hamburger chains, with more than 2,200 quick-serve restaurants in 21 states and Guam. As the first major hamburger chain to develop and expand the concept of drive-thru dining, Jack in the Box has always emphasized on-the-go convenience, with approximately 85 percent of the half-billion guests served annually buying food at the drive-thru or for take-out. In addition to drive-thru windows, most restaurants have indoor dining areas and are open 18-24 hours a day. Jack in the Box pioneered a number of firsts in the quick-serve industry, including menu items that are now staples on most fast-food menu boards, like the breakfast sandwich and portable salads. Today, Jack in the Box offers a selection of distinctive, innovative products targeted at the fast-food consumer, including hamburgers, specialty sandwiches, salads and real ice cream shakes.



Min Investment: $150,000
For more than 40 years, Togo’s has been the original West Coast sandwich franchise and has been serving big, made-to-order sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients. Those sandwiches and their legendary guest service are the reasons Togo’s has such a loyal following. Their guests love us, and it shows: Togo’s was recently named to the Nation’s Restaurant News annual list of top Consumer Picks, which measures how much guests love a brand. As one of the top rated franchises, they are legendary in California and growing rapidly in several western states with recently signed deals in Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Arizona, and plan to expand into Nevada.


Great American Cookies

Min Investment: $100,000
Founded in 1977 on the strength of an old family chocolate chip cookie recipe, Great American Cookies has set the standard for gourmet cookie sales in a fun, celebratory environment. For over 30 years, Great American Cookies has maintained the heritage and integrity of its products by producing proprietary cookie dough exclusively from its plant in Atlanta. Great American Cookies is known for its signature Cookie Cakes, trademark flavors and menu of delectable products baked fresh in store. Great American Cookies believes in providing excellent support to the local community. Their franchisees are active members of their local Chambers of Commerce, supporters of the neighborhood schools and partners with not-for-profit and other charitable organizations.



Min Investment: $50,000
Screenmobile is the nation’s largest mobile screen repair company with almost 100 franchise owners, and growing. They specialize in window, door and patio porch screen and solar shading products. For over 30 years, with no national competitors, franchise owners have enjoyed years of growth and success, as they continue to pioneer the industry. Screenmobile is a mobile franchise business, ideal for people looking for a family-friendly, repair franchise, and/or home improvement franchise. Screenmobile mobile truck locations service customers’ homes or businesses to provide mobile screen repair. This is done with Screenmobile’s highly customized screening trailers, trucks and vans and accompanying technology and support.

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Jet’s Pizza

Min Investment: $200,000
Jet’s Pizza began franchising in 1990 and has grown to more than 200 franchises throughout several states. Each store in the Jet’s Pizza chain uses a set of criteria that has been tested and proven essential in making each product Jet’s Pizza offers consistent and awesome. Since opening their first pizzeria, Jet’s has been selling pizza, submarine sandwiches and salads that have been pleasing the palates of people everywhere. But the single menu item that Jet’s Pizza has become famous for, above anything else, is their signature deep-dish square pizza. It is this style of pizza, and the way it is exclusively prepared, that differentiates Jet’s Pizza from any other pizzeria on the planet. Jet’s Pizza only uses the highest quality ingredients; they have built their business, their reputation and their taste on keeping it that way.



Min Investment: $1,000,000
As the nation’s largest drive-in chain, SONIC has successfully served up hot, fresh, delicious made-to-order food for more than 60 years. Today, they franchise and operate more than 3,500 SONIC drive-ins in nearly every state. SONIC is authentically mid-century and modern, a classic that continues to innovate. With a menu that offers so much variety, SONIC’S customers keep coming back for more during all of SONIC’s five balanced and distinct dayparts. Unlike other concepts that have one or two strong dayparts, our SONIC brand treasures work for you throughout the day. Tasty breakfast, lunch, afternoon, dinner and evening menu items are served fresh all day.



Min Investment: $42,000
HomeVestors of America, commonly known as the We Buy Ugly Houses company, is the number one homebuyer in America. Since beginning its real estate business franchise in 1996, using We Buy Ugly Houses advertising, HomeVestors franchise owners have purchased over 60,000 houses throughout the U.S. Typically, HomeVestors franchise owners pay cash for ugly homes whose owners are in difficult situations, renovate the houses and then sell or lease them. As one of the top rated franchises with approximately 500 franchisees independently operating in 37 states, HomeVestors commits itself to enforcing high ethical standards and systems that result in responsible business practices for franchises using the We Buy Ugly Houses trademarks.

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Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries

Min Investment: $125,000
Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries has been serving up good times and great food since 1991. The franchise has achieved a lot in the last 24 years, growing to over 100 restaurants across North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Ohio, Texas and Florida, with hundreds more locations scheduled to open in the next seven years. During that time, its mission has remained the same: to provide each guest with world-class service and fresh food in a family atmosphere. Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries fits a niche between fast food and casual dining, offering the customer the best benefits of both segments. We provide the convenience of fast food, with rapid response times and an affordable menu, but with a twist: our freshly made food is a much tastier alternative to your typical frozen, pre-cooked hamburgers and french fries.



Min Investment: $42,000
If you enjoy working with children and you are excited about growing your own business, a JumpBunch franchise may be right for you. JumpBunch brings sports and fitness classes to existing daycare, preschool and school age classrooms. Since classes are held at the schools, this is a low-overhead, home-based business. JumpBunch serves a broad audience of children from 15 months to 12 years old with proven, age-appropriate programs for toddlers, preschool and school age kids. Today, over 50,000 children around the world enjoy JumpBunch classes every week. JumpBunch is fueled by over 300 lesson plans matched with sports equipment carefully sourced to be safe and age appropriate. JumpBunch is a tried and proven business model that positions owners to fill a real need valued by parents and school directors.


Pillar to Post

Min Investment: $30,000
Pillar to Post, a professional home inspection franchise, was started in 1994 and began offering franchises in both the U.S. and Canada that same year. Today, Pillar To Post is the #1 North American Home Inspection Franchise with more than 450 locations in North America. They are part of an elite group of real estate partners that select us as their preferred home inspection company. The Pillar to Post brand is trusted and reliable and we are committed to providing franchisees with training, tools and marketing to help them grow their business year over year. If you like to earn money based on your individual performance, while setting your own hours that are suitable to your own schedule and lifestyle, then you’ve come to the right place.


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