“I have always been interested in the way that things are put together.”
“I was tired of throwing out plastic lunch bags nightly and could never get the fabric reusable snack bags clean. I knew I could make something better, both a mother and as a manufacturer.”
Elizabeth Rees, whose family owns a printing company, finds her own path with Chasing Paper.
“We elevate the standard of living so that our client’s homes are a reflection of who they are and how they live.”
“There was a 50% chance of failure, but “so what?” I asked myself. I decided to try.”
“My top challenge now is to teach other women and men how to build a company and not make the mistakes that I made.”
Success is defined not only by the profitability that makes a company grow and prosper but more importantly, by the happiness, sense of worthiness, and individual success of every employee..
I have never regretted leaving the military to be a full-time Mom.
I started One Third Tribal so that I could connect with people. I believe that my purpose is tied to my ability to help people be happy, and to find beauty in the things around them.
Working in the fashion industry I would give gifts to my clients during the holiday season. To stand out from the rest of the gift givers I started packaging handmade soaps.
There was not an effective solution to rodent control that was safe to use around kids and pets for our farm equipment and in our home, so I invented one.
I decided to live the next phase of my life in a new culture and country, following a childhood dream to live abroad in Latin America.
I make custom photo books for those who want to do something wonderful with their pictures, but don’t have the time or the inclination to do it themselves.
We started our company well before “green” was the “new black” back in 1991, after getting everything we deserved when we hired the low-priced mover.
By keeping an eye on the bottom line, the Nevada business owner grew her tiny idea into a major success.
Business: Online Yarn & Fabrics
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