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Jen Husted: Success in the Graphic Design Business

Jen Husted: Success in the Graphic Design Business

| September 17, 2009 | 7 Comments

Jen Husted has always loved the creative process. After years of freelancing as a graphic designer, she started her own graphic design studio in Chicago called JIH Designs. Learn how Jen started her graphic design business and the challenges she faces.

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L’il Darlins: Mother-Daughter Team Creating Unique Baby Accessories

L’il Darlins: Mother-Daughter Team Creating Unique Baby Accessories

| September 10, 2009 | 4 Comments

Mothers only want the best for their babies. As such, it is not surprising that the coolest and most practical products for babies are created by mothers. Mother Jeanne Roth and daughter Leslie Smith teamed up to form L’il Darlins, LLC to create must-have accessories for moms, infants and toddlers.

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Belinda Fuchs: The Importance of Managing Money for Women Entrepreneurs

Belinda Fuchs: The Importance of Managing Money for Women Entrepreneurs

| September 6, 2009 | 4 Comments

An entrepreneur needs to know how to handle money and wealth in order to be successful. However, many women entrepreneurs are good in business, but not in handling money. WomenHomeBusiness.com interviewed Belinda Fuchs, President of Own Your Money LLC, to share her advice to women entrepreneurs about handling finances.

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Jessica McHugh: Success in Bookkeeping and Accounting Services

Jessica McHugh: Success in Bookkeeping and Accounting Services

| September 5, 2009 | 8 Comments

Managing the financial aspect is important to the success of every business. As a result, accounting and bookkeeping services have seen robust growth in the past decade. Learn how to start a bookkeeping business from Jessica McHugh, owner of financial services provider business called AccountAbility.

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Carol Perkins: How Sickness Helped Her Discover a Lucrative New Business

Carol Perkins: How Sickness Helped Her Discover a Lucrative New Business

| September 3, 2009 | 0 Comments

Carol Perkins was leading a glamorous life as a model, until she got sick. Now home-bound, she retreated from the world with dogs as her constant companion. She started to sew and create outfits for the dogs of her friends and neighbors, which launched her Harry Barker line of pet accessories and doggie beds.

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Creating a Web Site for Under $100

Creating a Web Site for Under $100

| August 21, 2009 | 0 Comments

Our editor, Isabel M. Isidro, wrote in the PowerHomeBiz.com Small and Home Business Blog an engaging and informative piece on how she redesigned WomenHomeBusiness.com for under $100. Learn how you, too, can create an effective web site for under $100.

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Understanding the Factors for Small Business Success

Understanding the Factors for Small Business Success

| August 18, 2009 | 0 Comments

We all know the stats: 80 percent of new businesses fail. The question, therefore, is: How can your business be part of the 20% that succeeds and flourishes? With so many businesses being started, why do some succeed while many more fail?

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8 Tips to Stimulate Your Small Business

8 Tips to Stimulate Your Small Business

| August 12, 2009 | 24 Comments

Is your business in the doldrums? Are sales slow? Reinvigorate your small business with these eight tips:

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Erin McKenna: Finding Success with a Vegan Bakery Business

Erin McKenna: Finding Success with a Vegan Bakery Business

| August 10, 2009 | 3 Comments

While working in the fashion business, Erin McKenna was diagnosed as allergic to wheat and dairies. Not wanting to totally give up on sugar and sweets, she then tried baking and trying recipes for mouthwatering deserts that she can tolerate. Knowing that she has a winning lineup of goodies convinced her to open her vegan bakery, BabyCakes NYC.

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10 Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurs

10 Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurs

| August 8, 2009 | 3 Comments

How do you know whether you can be a successful entrepreneur, or if you are better off as a salaried employee? While there is no surefire formula for success, studies have shown that successful entrepreneurs share these ten characteristics. Check if you possess any one of them.

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