Some people would argue that franchisees are not really entrepreneurs, but they would be wrong, writes Paul B. Brown, co-author of "Just Start: Take Action; Embrace Uncertainty and Create the Future." "I am not trying to pick a fight with people who start their own companies from scratch. ... But, the definition of entrepreneur is broader than that. It includes franchisees," writes Brown, who invites readers to join him in an online conversation on this topic.
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