Public Relations Today – D.I.Y or Outsource?

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Public Relations Today – D.I.Y or Outsource?

April 14th, 2014 | No Comments

Tips for the entrepreneur doing their own PR and what to expect if you are going to outsource. What do you need to know about public relations today? SHOW NOTES #1 Thing You Need to Know Before You Start doing PR and Marketing What makes a good PR person? Example of Managing Petunia Picklebottom’s re-entry more »

How to Invent A Product and Bring it to Market

March 31st, 2014 | No Comments

    How to Invent A Product and Bring it to Market What has changed in 10 years?  How to invent a product and bring it to market today is the topic of our interview with Tamara Monosoff. Tamara Monosoff , Author, The Mom Inventors Handbook: How to Turn Your Great Idea into the Next Big more »

Top 3 Mistakes Mompreneurs Make when Starting their Business

March 18th, 2014 | No Comments

  What are the top 3 mistakes mompreneurs make when starting their business?     Flesche Tuller Hesch, Mompreneur Coach, Nest Consultants shares what she sees everyday from her clients and what you can do to avoid them. If you are a mom entrepreneur who is passionate about your family and don’t want to sacrifice more »

How Maybrooks Founder Created a Site where Job Flexibility is NOT a Bad Word

March 3rd, 2014 | No Comments

        Coining terms like maternityship and returnship, job site founder Stacey Delo of Maybrooks shares how her need for job flexibility after having her first child spurred her to create a job site where smart moms help each other find flexible careers. She  is changing the conversation and trying to shape the more »

“Cooking Up A Business” Author Shares Top 3 Food Entrepreneur Tips

February 17th, 2014 | 1 Comment

   What top 3 factors do food entrepreneurs do to become successful? Calling all food entrepreneurs! Are you a wannabe food entrepreneur?  This book is for you. Rachel Hofstetter, Author, Cooking Up A Business features 10 food and beverage grass roots entrepreneurs…most of who are well known today. She had no idea she would be more »

Blinkbuggy’s Founder Raised $500k – How to Prepare For & Approach Investors

February 3rd, 2014 | 1 Comment

  How did Emma Weisberg, Founder, Blinkbuggy validate her business idea, build a modern day baby book and approach investors to raise $500k through friends & family? After 10 months of developing her product, she learned she couldn’t use it.  Disappointed, she was going to throw it out the window … so to speak.  Prior to scrapping more »

Options Away Mompreneur Takes Love of Travel & Flexibility to the Masses

January 19th, 2014 | No Comments

  How did mompreneur Heidi Brown, Founder, Options Away take her love for travel and desire for flexibility to create a travel company that allows consumers to hold their flight for days or weeks with the option to buy?   A former Options Trader, MBA from the London Business School and mom of 2 living in more »

Before you Hire a Software Developer or Raise Capital, Listen to this Interview

January 6th, 2014 | 1 Comment

    Before you hire a software developer or raise capital, listen to this interview with Mary Juetten, Founder & CEO, TrakLight. How did Mary Juetten, a former CPA and JD start  an online consulting software company that allows inventors, creators, and businesses to identify Intellectual Property IP) and provides a plan to secure that IP more »

$5 Million in 5 Years – Amber Schaub, Founder shares The Rufflebutts Story

December 9th, 2013 | 2 Comments

  In 2012, after being in business for only 5 years, her company was named #166 on INC’s fastest growing children’s apparel company in America with almost $2.5 million in sales. Now, they are on track to hit almost $5 million in sales. Recently, she and her co-founder and husband Mark landed a deal on more »

Overcoming Naysayers – The Highs & Very Lows of Entrepreneurship

November 25th, 2013 | No Comments

  Sharks fought over her on Shark Tank landing her a deal with Lori Grenier only  to learn that QVC doesn’t take children’s products.  Disheartened, Shelly kept pounding the pavement.  She moved forward and landed on the Today Show, Good Morning America and received a major licensing deal.  Sounds, great, right??  Not always.  In this more »

 
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