Road Map to Entrepreneurship: Build, Buy, or Franchise

A practical guide to evaluating business concepts from an owner’s perspective. 

Date: Thursday, June 23, 2016
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Groton Public Library, Meeting Room 1, 52 Newtown Road, Groton, CT 06340
Free; there is no charge to attend.
To register, e-mail Lauren at

Join us as we discuss trending business strategies and hot concepts in today's marketplace and evaluate the three primary strategies behind business start-ups.
Highlights include:

  • Identifying trending types of business ownership
  • Accessing funding and capital
  • Evaluating multiple revenue stream strategies
  • Discussing the local and national business resources available to entrepreneurs in CT/RI and trending business ideas in the East
Have you imagined your own road to success, your own happiness and possibly owning your own local business? Business ownership provides quality-of-life, meeting your own career goals, autonomy from corporate life and financial security for your future. It’s a journey that will involve educating yourself and researching businesses before making one of the most important investments of time and money that you may ever make in yourself, your career, and your family.

At this workshop you will learn an overview of the franchise process from a franchise consultant. Speaker: Luc DesLauriers, franchise consultant and Owner of FranNet CT & RI.

“I would appreciate the opportunity to introduce you to business ownership and help you identify a business concept that provides quality-of-life and financial security for you and your family. You are embarking on a life-changing experience and I’ve got your road map.”
  • Over 30 years of sales and marketing experience.
  • Member of the launch team for NIKE Canada in the early 80's
  • Experience in sales and sales training for large multinational consumer goods companies
  • Fifteen years as an advertising consultant to the healthcare and banking industry
  • Current franchise owner/operator
For more information, call Luc Deslauriers at (860) 986-4596 or email