Archive for January, 2006

Kimberly Mann: How to be a Virtual Assistant (Part 2)

| January 19, 2006 | 3 Comments
Kimberly Mann: How to be a Virtual Assistant (Part 2)

Kimberly Mann of Hatfield, PA, a founding member of Women’s Business Forum, is one of those who saw the growth potential of the virtual assistance business. Learn how to market a virtual assistance business.

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Kimberly Mann: How to be a Virtual Assistant

| January 19, 2006 | 19 Comments
Kimberly Mann: How to be a Virtual Assistant

Kimberly Mann of Hatfield, PA, a founding member of Women’s Business Forum, is one of those who saw the growth potential of the virtual assistance business.

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Milton Hershey: Rich Life of a Chocolate Tycoon

| January 6, 2006 | 1 Comment
Milton Hershey: Rich Life of a Chocolate Tycoon

The great industrialists of yesteryears are some of the most interesting entrepreneurs. They mostly come from a rags-to-riches story, and the creator of Hershey’s chocolates is one of them. SFGate.com has a short review of the new biography by Michael D’Antonio entitled “Milton S. Hershey’s Extraordinary Life of Wealth, Empire and Utopian Dreams.” Part of […]

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Artelatinoh.com: Finding their Niche in the Hispanic Market

| January 2, 2006 | 2 Comments
Artelatinoh.com: Finding their Niche in the Hispanic Market

The Hispanic market is booming, and opportunities abound for entrepreneurs willing to serve this market. Two sisters who immigrated from Dominican Republic saw the potential of the Hispanic market, and decided to create a business focusing on this market. Amelia Martinez-Holt and her sister Pilar launched ArteLatinoh.com, a scrapbooking supplies company offering Hispanic-themed products. Their […]

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Craig Ridenhour: Most Innovative Entrepreneur of the Year

| January 1, 2006 | 0 Comments
Craig Ridenhour: Most Innovative Entrepreneur of the Year

Craig Ridenhour, a cardiovascular ultrasound specialist from Phoenix, Arizona, invented the first-of-its kind cycle that combines the benefits of stair-step exercise systems and a recreational bicycle. His product, called Staircycle, comes in adult and children sizes and can be used indoors or outdoors. By crossing a stair-stepper with a bicycle, he created a product that […]

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