Entrepreneur

How a Big Birthday Inspired One Man to Become a Franchisee

Tim Huels took a risk, and it paid off. Here's how he did it.
Tim Huels (center) and Ashley West ( far right) meet Sculpture Hospitaility franchisees. Source: Tim Huels

By 2012, Tim Huels was at a turning point. He’d spent 11 years working his way up from intern to area manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in northwest Arkansas, but, he says, “I always said that when I turned 30 I would reevaluate my situation and if I was able to take a

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur2 min citite
Creating Trust Where There Was None
When Jean Brownhill walked into her Brooklyn home in 2007 and saw a gaping hole in the ceiling, she knew she was dealing with a renovation gone wrong. Brownhill had built a career in architecture and construction—if she struggled to find a reliable g
Entrepreneur8 min citite
The Creative Process Starts With Process
He’d said that yesterday, too. Time was running out. The year was 2013, and I’d just launched my workwear and apron startup, Hedley & Bennett. Today our aprons are standard in kitchens; we’re used in more than 6,000 restaurants across the U.S., and w
Entrepreneur3 min citite
Working from Home, One Year Later
In every issue of Entrepreneur, we publish a series we call Office Space. For years, each edition has featured an intriguing company; we’d photograph some of the team in their office and ask about their work culture. For our April/May 2020 issue, we