A 16-year-old teen in Vienna, Virginia has turned every little girl’s dream of becoming a Disney princess into a very promising startup business.
Rashmi Melgiri saw the difficulties business owners faced when it comes to understanding and managing their insurance. Read how she started CoverWallet and how her business is working to help small businesses.
Dr. Elizabeth Thompson was a radiation oncologist before becoming an entrepreneur. Learn how she started BFFL to enhance patient comfort, recovery & dignity.
Jamie James created a unique cell phone carrier that allows you to organize your essentials (cell phone, cash, credit cards) in ONE stylish accessory. Learn her story.
Stacy Struminger and Rachel Teyssier decided to create their own line of fashionable waterproof garment for women who won’t let rain dampen their fashion cred.
Sandra Brown started a business doing what she does best: baking. After years of receiving compliments from family and friends about her baked goodies, Sandra decided to turn her passion into a business. Learn how Sandra is starting her baked goods business, the challenges she is facing, and the difficulties of starting a business part-time:
Launching a new product in the market is not for the faint-hearted. Learn how Robina Bananuka has launched her line of hair treatment products for black women who wear hair extensions.
Learn about young entrepreneur Sam Franklin and how he started the electronic invitation business Greenvelope.com from his college dorm room.
Dana Roth and her husband Jeff recently launched a brand new website Totactivities.com, which they aim to grow to be the #1 site moms use to find upcoming classes and events for their young children.
Abby Appelt shares tips on how she has navigated the often unclear road of product development for her new product, Crutch Skins™ – the self-adhesive ‘skin’ decals that bring personality to crutches and canes. Learn the steps she took to take her innovative idea to market.