Black Woman Helps Entrepreneurs Open Franchise Businesses at No Cost

Tamika Franklyn, founder and CEO of Precision Franchise, is the owner of one of very few Black woman-owned franchise brokerages
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Tamika Franklyn, founder and CEO of Precision Franchise, is the owner of one of very few Black woman-owned franchise brokerages in the nation.

77% of franchise business owners are white males, but Tamika aims to change this by providing knowledge, resources, and access to people of color. She has created a strategic path for entrepreneurs to find and secure proven business models at no cost to them.

Because of her extensive years in business execution and operations, Tamika has been able to build a strong reputation for helping potential franchise owners find lucrative a business that fits their lifestyle goals.

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