‘Quasi-preneurs’ see opportunities and challenges in franchising | national news


NEW YORK (AP) — In 2020, Kelly Jackson and Davina Arceneaux wanted to quit their corporate jobs and become business owners. They were looking for something that was both COVID-proof and recession-proof.

Instead of completely stepping out of the shadow of a business, they turned to franchising. Both worried about notoriously tight restaurant margins. They considered a drug testing franchise, but the initial investment was too high.

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