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Invest in franchises — with ApplePie Capital’s Denise Thomas

Don’t know about you, but owning or investing in a franchise business has always captivated me. Something about local ownership, the brand, a business in a box. But minimum investments were typically too high and who really wants to run a small restaurant or bagel place?

ApplePie Capital enables individual investors to build diversified portfolios by investing in franchise debt. Co-founder and CEO, Denise Thomas joins me, your Tradestreaming Podcast host, Zack Miller, to talk about this interesting “asset class” and how to invest in a portfolio of top franchises using ApplePie Capital’s crowdfunding platform.

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About Denise

Denise Thomas, CEO of ApplePie CapitalDenise Thomas is the co-founder and CEO of ApplePie Capital. She has more than 20 years of executive leadership experience in business and market strategy development.

Resources Mentioned In The Podcast

  • ApplePie Capital (Denise’s company)
  • FRANdata (a research company Denise mentioned during the podcast that has the largest library of Franchise Disclosure Documents — yearly reports about franchise businesses that she recommends as a get-smart resource for people interested in investing in franchise businesses)

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