How Baseball Cards Led to the NBA and a Harvard MBA
Podcaster Tom DuFore, CEO of Big Sky Franchise interviews leading entrepreneurs, executives, and experts who share their misses, makes, and multipliers. His Multiply Your Success podcast this week features David Leopold, president of Criterium Engineers.
Did you ever collect baseball or trading cards? Did it ever turn into anything serious for you? Today’s guest, David Leopold, started his first business at the age of 13 trading baseball cards which helped him land his first corporate job with the National Basketball Association (NBA). The NBA eventually led him to a career in the cable and communications industry which led him to the insurance industry, which eventually led him to Criterium Engineers.
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Opening a Criterium franchise lets you start your own business with lower costs, less risk, and a supportive peer group of successful entrepreneurs. If you are a licensed, Professional Engineer looking to take control of your career or a business executive with technical expertise eager to take ownership of an engineering consulting company, opening an engineering franchise with Criterium Engineers can move your dream forward—fast. Criterium Engineers, led by David Leopold, offers each small business franchise a trusted brand, in-depth training, a supportive community, and the referrals, and resources of a large national firm. If you are ready to own your own business but don’t want to start an engineering company from scratch, take advantage of one of the best engineering business opportunities in America: a Criterium Engineers franchise.