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 and unparalleled industry support. Our portfolio of services includes both commercial and residential plumbing repairs as well as drain...

50k Minimum Cash Required