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If you’ve got what it takes to franchise with 7‑Eleven, go ahead and take the first step.
Franchising with the world’s #1 convenience store is easier than you think, for all kinds of reasons. With the support of a global brand and a business model built for your success, a new word was definitely in order. Here’s more of what we’re talking about.
7‑Eleven CEO Joe DePinto says veterans know how to get a mission done. He should know. DePinto is a retired U.S. Army officer and advocate for U.S. military veterans. With that kind of support from the top, plus special military discounts and financing, it’s no wonder Military Times included 7‑Eleven in its
BEST FOR VETS: Franchises rankings.
There's a long list of reasons to franchise with 7‑Eleven. Here are some of the biggest:
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Seema Nibber always knew she wanted to be an entrepreneur. A native of India, Seema first arrived in the U.S. in 2005. She and her family only stayed a year, but Seema knew she would someday return. In 2012, Seema, her husband and two kids arrived permanently. They settled in San Jose, California, and Seema became a naturalized citizen in 2015. Though Seema was always successful in whatever job she held, she wanted more — to be her own boss...