The International Center for Entrepreneurial Development (ICED) is a holding company that offers several franchise opportunities. The organization specializes in the computer education, health care, and mail center and printing industries. ICED offers a number of franchise brands including Kwik Kopy, Parcel Plus, and Women's Health Boutique. Its Computer Explorers (CE) unit is a franchise group that serves some 25,000 students through about 1,000 locations worldwide. CE boasts approximately 600 educators that ensure that children in some 2,000 schools are fully engaged in learning the latest technology. Bud Hadfield founded the company in 1967 when he began franchising his Kwik Kopy centers.