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E.nopi

E.nopi comes from Korea, and now has more than 900 learning centers in several countries. The education model, created by Dr. Young Joong Kang, focuses on individualized learning customized to each child’s unique learning style. E.nopi operates with a multi-faceted approach, incorporating the use of several different tools and aids in its tutoring programs.

Start-up Cost: $43.1K - 89.5K

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Eagle Tax

Eagle Tax is a tax preparation and filing company providing in person as well as online services to its customers. Eagle works to create a recognizable brand to help franchise owners to attract the most possible customers. The company was founded and franchised in 2007, quickly growing to include 27 locations in the United States.

Start-up Cost: $36.6K - 79.1K

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Edible Arrangements Int’l. LLC

Florist Fariq Tarid started Edible Arrangements with his brother Kamran in 1999 after nearly a decade of successfully running four floral shops in East Haven, Connecticut. Customers loved the idea of using artfully carved fruit bouquets as gifts instead of flowers. By 2001, they had started franchising. There are now close to 1,000 of Edible Arrangements stores serving their signature bouquets, along with a few other specialty food items.

Start-up Cost: $148.21K - 285.22K

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Elevation Burger

Elevation operates on a progressive business model, focused on sustainability, health, and ecology. This modern twist on a typical fast food diner features only ingredients that meet the standards of the Elevation concept. All beef used at Elevation locations is 100% free-range, grass-fed, and organic. They also grind it themselves on-site. This marriage of the old-fashioned burger and fries joint with the new model for sustainability and ecology has caught on quickly and the franchise shows great growth projections.

Start-up Cost: $378.5K - 743.5K

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Embassy Suites Hotels

Embassy Suites provides upscale accommodations for guests, including suite-style rooms that feature flat-screen TVs and wet bars, made-to-order breakfasts, reception and meeting areas, and more. Embassy went into business in 1983, and began franchising the following year. There are currently around 200 franchisee owned Embassy Suites Hotels.

Start-up Cost: $24.52M - 34.35M

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EmbroidMe

Ray Titus, the entrepreneurial force behind Signarama, founded EmbroidMe in 2000 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Seeing the huge market for embroidery, Titus trusted that starting a franchise to give people access to dependable and high quality work would be a winning idea. He was right, and EmbroidMe franchise sales took off, eventually growing to the 380 locations that are open today.

Start-up Cost: $85.16K - 230.97K

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Expense Reduction Analysts Inc.

Founded and franchised in 1984, Expense Reduction Analysts (ERA) are independently owned franchises providing consultation, training, and implementation of expense reduction programs for businesses. Companies hire ERA to help them streamline their process and minimize loss. The concept is very successful and well over 700 ERA offices are operating today.

Start-up Cost: $66.1K - 81.75K

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Expense Reduction Coaching

Since 1993, Expense Reduction Coaching (ERC) has worked to help businesses increase their profits by decreasing their expenses and saving them money on long-term operations expenses. This is achieved through consultation and coaching, used in conjunction with specialized software. ERC became a franchised operation in 2005 and now includes 21 independently owned units.

Start-up Cost: $67.2K - 77.05K

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Express Employment Professionals

Since 1983, Express Employment has been helping businesses to fulfill their full-time, part-time, permanent, and temporary staffing needs. The company was started by three entrepreneurs: William H. Stohler, Robert A.Funk, and James Gray and now has over 500 franchised locations providing staffing for a diverse array of clientele.

Start-up Cost: $95.5K - 134.5K

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Express Oil Change

Jim Lunceford started Express Oil Change in 1979. He began franchising in 1984 after having seen his first four stores become quite successful providing quick oil changes to customers. Now, there are almost 175 Express Oil Change service centers providing those same speedy oil changes, along with brake, tire, and transmission services.

Start-up Cost: $250K - 400K

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Express Tax

Express Tax was started in 1997, providing customers with tax preparation and filing, along with other accounting services. H&R Block, owner of the Express Tax name, has recently ended the franchise. All remaining locations were renamed and are currently operating under the H&R Block brand.

Start-up Cost: $16.48K - 48.4K

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