After 35 years in the oil and gas industry, Mary Brimhall started making plans for retirement and her next journey. While speaking with a close friend, she was introduced to the concept of franchise business ownership. From there, the wheels started turning. By Jennifer Callender
U.S. veterans and retired military personnel are quite often great candidates for franchise business ownership. A retired career military woman or man has unique experience and knowledge that can be a perfect match for franchise brands, whether it is specific technical training that suits a particular industry, leadership experience, or just the maturity that comes with their past 10 or 20 year commitment to the military. By Dawn Abbamondi
Tune Into the Franchise Business Radio show to hear about the journey of navigating the process of franchise selection, transitioning into franchise business ownership, and insight on the senior-care sector from a franchisee and franchisor perspective.
John Quattrocchi, owns a CPA practice and offers end-to-end accounting and tax services to franchisors and franchisees. Quattrocchi was interviewed by Franchise Business Radio Host and Certified Franchise Consultant Pamela Currie, and explains financial terms and tax advantages for business owners.