This month on the Business Entertainment Sports and Technology Law Podcast, just in time for the holiday shopping season, we meet the owners of Tantrum, a unique boutique in San Francisco featuring vintage and vintage-themed toys, clothing and collectibles. Michelle Spear and Amanda Weld take ARC Law Group partner Mark Pearson on a ride through the shop and introduce us to their favorite in-store items as they share stories about the inspiration for the creative vision behind Tantrum.
Plus, Mark and law clerk, Ben Shaw, discuss franchising your business. Find out how a franchise is created under federal and state law and how a franchise differs from a licensing agreement.
The music on this month’s podcast is courtesy of A Decent Animal. The band includes musicians Jonathan Nicholson and Richard Weld; the husbands of this month’s podcast guests, Michelle and Amanda. The track Cicus Cirkus is an independent release from the band, and can be heard by visiting their page on MySpace. You can also find out more about the band by checking them out on Facebook.
To learn more about Tantrum and how you can ride on the seal or visit Big Ted go to www.shoptantrum.com
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