Jason Paulo

Franchise Development Manager

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Jason brings a successful background in consultative selling as well as franchising. He has worked in business development and sales for large corporations like First Data and ADP as well as small businesses. He is the founder of a company that he franchised, leading it through the recession with strong growth to make the Entrepreneur Magazine Franchise 500. After selling his company in 2015, he took his passion for franchising and started a consulting company working with emerging businesses to help them grow through franchising.

He has a strong belief that franchising holds the key to helping people realize the dream of owning their own business. He now enjoys utilizing his strong franchise and business expertise to help people discover their dream of business ownership through franchising.

Jason received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Marketing from Colorado State University and now resides in the Denver area with his wife and 3 children.

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