The massive success of Liz Lange, founder of the designer maternity line that carries her name, is a result of Lange’s predisposition to following her instincts.
With the economic downturn, consumers tightening their budgets have turned to the Internet to get coupons to save money. That’s good news for entrepreneurs like Laurie Meyers, with her CouponSense.com, a website that takes the hard work out of coupon clipping.
Sheila Lirio Marcelo, founder and CEO of the largest online marketplace for caregivers Care.com, is one of the most powerful women entrepreneurs, according to Forbes Magazine. Learn how she started Care.com.
Angie Hicks co-founded the highly successful members-only consumer review site Angie’s List. Learn how Angie started the business and how she has driven it to success.
Rebecca Kousky is deeply committed to helping the plight of the poor women and children. While doing development and social work in various Third World countries, she saw first hand the difficult lives of these people. Upon graduation, she embarked on combining her passion for social activism with design, fashion and art. Nest was born.
Some businesses “get” social media, but many still don’t. But for those who understand how to use social media for their marketing, the results can be quite impressive. One home business that gets social media is CurbsideCupcakes.com, a mobile vendor of gourmet cupcakes in the Washington D.C. area. Learn how CurbsideCupcakes.com is growing their business through one tweet and one Facebook friend at a time.