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CEO Tariq Farid

Forbes names Edible Arrangements “Top 20 Franchises for the Buck”

Posted  February 9th, 2012  by  Tariq Farid

I was honored to learn that Edible Arrangements has been named by Forbes as one of the “Top 20 Franchises for the Buck.” It is a privilege to be recognized for this prominent publication whose reputation as an expert on American business is unparalleled. In developing this list of Top 20 franchises, Forbes considered 110 […]

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Franchising: A Family Affair

Posted  February 9th, 2012  by  Tariq Farid

I never cease to be amazed by the ways in which peoples’ lives are positively impacted by becoming part of the Edible Arrangements franchise. This is especially true, I find, of families. The Skidmores would be a fine example of this phenomenon. After 20 years of traveling up and down the East Coast, Ryan and […]

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A California Success Story

Posted  February 8th, 2012  by  Tariq Farid

Franchisees like Larry help make the Edible Arrangements franchise a success. Bringing decades of knowledge and experience to the table, Larry is someone who “gets it”—and because of that, his growing San Diego-area enterprise continues to be a successful business venture. We were very excited to start the year off right by officially announcing Larry’s […]

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Setting Goals

Posted  February 7th, 2012  by  Tariq Farid

One of my favorite topics to write about is the incredible franchisees who own Edible Arrangements stores. I get so inspired when I speak to these independent business owners and I feel the privileged to be able to tell their personal stories to you, sharing with you their involvement in the community and what motivates […]

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The Immigrant Learning Center’s Immigrant Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

Posted  January 30th, 2012  by  Tariq Farid

The Immigrant Learning Center in Malden, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston, assists immigrants and refugees by providing free English classes. The center recognizes that a working knowledge of English is the key that unlocks opportunities for immigrants in the United States. I came to this country when I was eleven years old so I know […]

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