Entrepreneur's Growth Conference Talks Tips of the Trade
Entrepreneur's Growth Conference Talks Tips of the Trade

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Entrepreneur's Growth Conference Talks Tips of the Trade 

Entrepreneur reveals talking  points of its "Break into Business Ownership with a Franchise"  panel during the publication's 6th annual Entrepreneur's Growth Conference in New Orleans on January 22......

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Entrepreneur's Growth Conference Talks Tips of the Trade 

Entrepreneur reveals talking  points of its "Break into Business Ownership with a Franchise"  panel during the publication's 6th annual Entrepreneur's Growth Conference in New Orleans on January 22. 

Interested in breaking into business ownership? Wondering if franchising is for you? Get your questions answered at the "Break into Business Ownership with a Franchise" panel discussion at Entrepreneur's Growth Conference.

For the sixth year running, Entrepreneur's Growth Conference will address everything from hands on tools for success to opportunities to pitch editors your business to be featured in entrepreneur. This year, the conference will take place in New Orleans on Jan. 22.

While breakout sessions will cover everything from branding to dealing with failure, if you have any interest in the franchise industry, be sure to check out "Break into Business Ownership with a Franchise." Here's what potential franchisees and franchisors, as well as veterans of the industry have to look forward to in the panel:

Tips of the trade from experts: The panelists are three individuals from across the industry, to provide an array of experiences and advice. Stephen Caldeira brings a sharp awareness of the in's and out's of the business and politics of the industry as the President and CEO of the International Franchise Association. Chris Adkins is VP Franchise Sales for the UPS Store, providing on-the-ground knowledge about the benefits and challenges of franchising. Raymond Areaux offers a deeper understanding of the legal side of franchising, as the chair of his law firm's intellectual property practice group.

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