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Celebrate Flag Day

By Exploring the Freedom of Entrepreneurship

As we celebrate Flag Day on June 14th we remember what the American flag symbolizes: freedom. Whether it's a personal or professional goal, it's one that drives many people to open their own business. As Flag Day approaches, let's uncover the freedom of entrepreneurship and how it impacts aspects of daily life.

Hiring Military Veterans and Family

Honoring the Military

By Hiring Veterans and Family Members

As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, we should remember that the holiday commemorates those who've served our country proudly. This is why we're proud to recognize the unique experiences by hiring Military Veterans and family members as franchise business owners.

When you're part of a military family, everyone serves. The same goes for running a business. Entrepreneurs need all the help they can get. It's important to take time to show support for all the cheerleaders in your life. So on the Friday in May before Mother's Day, we celebrate Military Spouse Appreciation for those who make a positive impact behind the scenes. Here are some of the ways spouses support the family and military business.

Open a Franchise

Ready to Open a Franchise?

Reasons Why Now is the Time

What better time to open a franchise that specializes in high-demand services! Learn more about JDog’s franchising opportunities for Veterans and Military family members in two viable industries: carpet cleaning and junk removal.

When it comes to owning a business, one of the key factors is to determine if customers need what you're offering. What if you already knew that the answer is YES? And what if you could start this business at a low cost? Let's explore leveraging supply and demand and discuss strategies for starting a business that thrives in this environment.

Owning your own business comes with many perks and even more tough decisions. You may be the one hiring, but what if someone you know applies for a position? Here are some common pros and cons to hiring friends and family.