April 17, 2018

Le Macaron CEO and Co-Founder Rosalie Guillem: Creating Opportunities for Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Rosalie Guillem came to the U.S. to pursue the American Dream. She gives us the low down on what it takes to build a patisserie empire with 50 locations across the country.

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January 11, 2018

Le Macaron offers franchise opportunities through mobile food carts

The impetus behind the French-inspired patisserie Le Macaron was a personal one. Rosalie Guillem was trying to coax her daughter Audrey to move from France to Florida. When the time came to take the leap, the two decided to start a business together, one that banked on something the French excelled in´┐Żspecifically, sweets.

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January 11, 2018

Le Macaron French Pastries Debuts Mobile Food Cart Franchise Opportunity

Elegant French Patisserie Offers New Nontraditional Business Venture for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

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January 1, 2018

A Mother-Daughter Duo Brings Macarons to the Masses

Rosalie Guillem and her daughter, Audrey, share their vision for rapidly growing Le Macaron.

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December 29, 2017

Three Ways Immigrant Entrepreneurs Use Their Culture to Create a Successful Business

Have you ever wanted to own a business, but didn't know where to start? Has your upbringing and family culture given you the idea to create a concept that you believe will thrive in America' economy?

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September 4, 2017

How I Built My American Dream on French Macarons

Being an entrepreneur and starting your own business can be a daunting feat - even more so when you're in a new country and don't speak the primary language.

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July 14, 2017

Sarasota Pastry Business Continues Expansion

What started as a small pastry shop on St. Armands Circle is on target to have more than 70 franchises signed by the end of the year

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