160 Driving Academy is a school that offers truck-driving classes.
Alina Morse founded Zollipop when she was just 7 years old and turned it into a million dollar business.
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Cousins Maine Lobster went from a simple idea to a franchise model in a few years.
Cousins Maine Lobster co-owner Jim Tselikis on how the brand grew from one food truck in Los Angeles to an expanding multi-million dollar family business.
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A shrewd small business owner is always scouring the horizon, looking for proverbial dark clouds that threaten to upend the landscape of supply and demand.
John Cronin’s message is simple, “socks, socks and more socks”, but the 21-year-old entrepreneur with Down syndrome and founder of John’s Crazy Socks’ mission is much more powerful; smashing stereotypes of what people with a disability can achieve.
John Cronin, a 21-year-old entrepreneur with Down syndrome has one motto “socks, socks and more socks!” Go inside his $1.3 million sock empire, John’s Crazy Socks, and learn about his mission to overcome challenges and hire people with disabilities.
Gummi bears are finally getting a makeover after nearly 100 years. A 22-year-old Canadian entrepreneur has taken the popular 1920s confectionery candy and turned it into a healthier treat without any processed sugar.