February 12, 2016

Shawn Hessinger - Editor

Shawn Hessinger Shawn Hessinger is the Editor for Small Business Trends. He is a journalist and social media networker with more than a decade of experience in the traditional newspaper business before moving to the digital world. He was the former community manager of BizSugar and the former community editor at AllAnalytics, a site dedicated to professionals in the business intelligence and analytics community.

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  1. His franchise went under and he just went independent? That’s some crazy entrepreneurial spirit there.

    Good luck to them as they pass the business on to the next generation!

  2. It’s nice to read about J&J staffing. The way they do business is inspiring. They are also quite lucky to have a grasp on some businesses who needs some staff. This gives them the edge to offer solutions to their market when they most need it.

  3. It is great to a success story like this. It helps to outweigh the stories of doom and gloom we hear every day. It also shows that a good business model and smart work can succeed even in hard times. To have your franchise go bankrupt and continue on is inspirational.

    Congratulations on 42 years and may there be many more.

    Graham Apolony
    Big Note Marketing

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