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//Ron Kipp – The Franchise Dept TLS001

Ron Kipp – The Franchise Dept TLS001

 The Londonpreneur Show Episode One

The purpose of this podcast is to document and share my experiences as I create my own business in the beautiful city of London, Ontario. I started a web design/marketing company called Carter Creations with the help of the Ontario Self Employment Benefit (SEB) and the London Small Business Center (LSBC) in April 2014. So far I have met dozens of wonderful and supportive people who have given me not only advice, but also motivation and inspiration. This podcast is a way for me to say thank you to them and to share with you their knowledge. As our local economy struggles, I believe that Entrepreneurship will help fill in the gap left by the hundreds of manufacturing jobs we have lost.

My first guest on the show is Ron Kipp who I first met at Networking Wednesdays through the LSBC and during a Q&A session during the SEB business planning classes. Ron has all kinds of stories to tell about being part of all types of different business industries and real estate because he is interested in buying, selling and franchising them. If, after listening, you have questions or would like to know more from Ron, please visit his website at: www.thefranchisingdepartment.com or call 519-672-7700

If you enjoy the interview and would like to hear from more local Entrepreneurs please comment below about what or who you would like to hear more of and share with your friends who may benefit from this.

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By |2016-01-05T21:01:39-05:00October 2nd, 2014|The Show|0 Comments

About the Author:

Creative Director and owner of Carter Creations a Canadian Web Media Company. We design websites, video and audio productions including The Londonpreneur Show. Join us for a new episode every week as we share what it's like doing business in London, Canada.

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