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Most of us have been there at one time or another: Too much stuff, not enough room and no clear way to fix it. And whether it's overtaking the garage, the closets, the basement or the whole house, it's still the same problem: clutter. When a mess turns to stress, it's time to de-clutter.
Whether you’re a male or female entrepreneur, starting a company feels a lot like giving birth. You went through the planning, the pain, the emotional roller coaster of fear, excitement and anxiety and, months later, you came out of it stronger than ever.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal asked the leaders of three less common types of companies how they got their start, what trails they blazed and what lessons they learned along the way
Happiness does, in fact, lead to more money. This is something that cuts across all levels of franchising, all types of industries and, more generally, applies to the concept business as a whole.
Sneak a peak behind the scenes at College Hunks to see how we do what we do! Special thanks to Business World Magazine and Fetch Graphics!
I started my own junk-removal company in May 2007, but was approached by Nick Friedman, president of College Hunks Hauling Junk, in August 2007 about converting my company to a franchise. I signed on and began operating as College Hunks Hauling Junk of Denver in October 2007.
Christopher Jackson, the Director of Marketing and Branding for College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving joins Enterprise Radio to talk about branding and company culture.
Recent college graduate Mike Neumayr and his father Ed attended the International Franchise Association’s Annual Convention in February and happened to meet Nick Friedman, co-owner of College Hunks Hauling Junk.
“Nothing is instantaneous in life. We have employees who work for three months and think they should be owning the company,” said Nick Friedman, 30, a co-founder of College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving.
A moving company that focuses on teamwork and customer service sounded like a perfect business opportunity for recent college graduate Mike Neumayr and his father, Ed