The growing number of eco-consumers is slowly shifting how companies are doing business today. More and more consumers understand that they have a big impact on the health of our planet. As such, they are looking for products that functional and stylish, yet earth-friendly. To address this consumer trend, Chanell R. Scott started Guffly.com offering eco friendly products and fair trade lifestyle goods like home, pet, clothing, office and personal accessories.
Archives for September 2009
For a growing number of families, the question, What’s for dinner? is best answered with a phone call to a personal chef. Personal chefs offer an affordable and great-tasting solution to families with little or no time to cook. Learn about Jill Donenfeld, who is making a name for herself in the personal chef business with her The Dish’s Dishes in Manhattan.
What does it take to really need to successfully start a business? Martha Stewart, one of the most successful women in business today, lists down the essential elements to start an entrepreneurial venture in her book “The Martha Rules.”
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.
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.
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.