Franchise Business Model Provides Opportunity for California Women and Minorities and Other Aspiring Small Business Owners


Posted: March 24th, 2015

Category: The Wire

When actress Patricia Arquette shined the national spotlight on wage equity for women in her recent Oscar speech, I was reminded of a major reason I decided to go into business for myself 19 years ago – to obtain more control over my financial security than I would otherwise find as a female employee in a traditional male-dominated workplace environment.

Getting started in business is tough for anyone, but especially for women and minorities, who historically have not held ownership positions in proportion to the population. Fortunately, I was able to attain my goal of becoming a small business owner by saving enough money to become a co-owner and operator of a Mr. Rooter Plumbing franchise in Sonoma County.

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Mr. Rooter plumbing service and repair franchisees enjoy national brand name recognition...

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