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Growing a Franchise

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Release Date: 03/28/2019

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Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Episode 510- Thom Singer sits down with Heather Hansen and talks about her entrepreneurial journey from laywer, to TV personality, to speaker, to engaging entrepreneur.  

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Episode 509 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive. This conversation is with ATC member Jason Ragolli – People Analytics Consultant with Your6.

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On episode 508 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do", Thom Singer sits down with lawyer Jeffrey (JP) McAvoy to discuss his interesting journey as an attorney and an entrepreneur.  JP has worked with many high level business professionals and has some unique perspectives on what it takes to be successful.  

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Doug Sandler has over 30 years of business experience as an entrepreneur, business owner, manager and staff member. His book, Nice Guys Finish First is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller.  He specializes in making connections, building relationships and strengthening bonds both inside and outside organizations.

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Episode 506 is a co-hosted episode with Scott Carson of the "We Close Notes" podcast.  Both "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" and "We Close Notes" recently crossed the 500 episode mark.  This is a level that very few podcasts have reached.  In this episode Thom Singer and Scott Carson had a conversation about life, business, and podcasting that will appear on both their shows.  Check out his great discussion.  

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With the talent crisis continuing to threaten the growth and sustainability of companies across the globe, attracting and retaining quality employees is more important than ever. With 40 years of leadership and coaching experience under his belt, Jersey Mike's SVP of Leadership, Coaching and Culture, Keith Hertling, is an expert in creating and maintaining a top-notch company culture. In his book, "Life Lessons on Leadership, Coaching and Culture," 

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In 2015 Uscreen set off on a journey to become the best video monetization platform in existence. Since then, they celebrated success with over 5000 video creators to date. They are not just a company that provides amazing software, they're a community of industry experts set to help you become and stay successful.

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On episode 503 of the "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" podcast, host Thom Singer sits down with Adele Cehrs and Chip Massey to talk about the upcoming Convince Me Masterclass.  

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On this episode of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” Joe Sanok shares the story of his entrepreneurship journey. 

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Justin Womack is a digital marketing specialist, copywriter, speaker, and podcast host.

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Scott Walker and his family founded Screenmobile in 1980 in their garage in Glendora, California. The Walker family started by converting a tent trailer into the first mobile manufacturing unit for screens. This trailer allowed them to measure, manufacture, and install all of their product offerings on-site at the convenience of the customer.
 
After completing a few jobs, the Walkers received incredible feedback regarding the speed and quality of the product and service. They quickly realized the potential of this model and began to scale the business, launching franchising in 1984.
 
After 35 years Screenmobile, has grown to more than 100 franchise owners across the US – and the brand continues to grow into new and existing markets as they pioneer the industry.  
 
 
Scott has led the Screenmobile Corporation as its CEO and President since 1999. Prior to that, Scott served as the Vice President and spent 18 years as a Service Technician, Support Manager, and Operations Manager.