The news sites and celebrities blog are all abuzz today announcing that the Kardashians made $65 million in 2010. Love them or hate them, that is some serious cash. Here are some business lessons that we can learn from the Kardashians.
Spurred by her passion for educating young people, Danielle Rayo started her own education consulting and tutorial service. In 2008, she started Competitive Advantage to help kids succeed academically and achieve their full potential. We talked with Rayo on how she started Competitive Advantage and the challenges she faced in this business.
Success did not come easy for Jennifer Dugan, founder of Dugan’s Travels, but her struggle to find a meaningful business that can support her growing family paid off. Read how a stay at home mom found success in the travel business.
Looking to start a business? Follow Fiona King’s path to finding the right business: think of a better alternative to an existing product that does not meet your needs. She started her successful business TotBots after she got frustrated with disposable diapers, and developed a better alternative that consumers loved.
Jenifer Gifford attended several consignment sales and found herself instantly hooked! She loved the hunt for great deals and the fun and excitement of consignment sales. So much so that she started selling, volunteering and organizing these one week events offered twice a year. Learn about organizing consignment sales.
Getting financing to grow a small business is never easy. Small business owner, Sally Chamley, who runs an online luxury home interiors business, was able to secure £300,000 from an angel investor. Learn how she did it, and apply what worked for her in your quest for attracting investors for your business.