After having a gallery showing that sold out, I decided it might not be a bad idea to turn my hobby into a career.
More than 1,000 women entrepreneurs from around the world have told us about their personal business journeys. Here are their stories, in their own words. Tell us yours!
I always had an entrepreneurial spirit and desire to help others but never knew how to turn my passion for health, wellness, fitness and cooking into a business until I enrolled in a health coach training program.
I was working as the Director of Recruitment for one of the largest employers in the United States, but I felt that I could offer more to the world as an independent voice about careers, work, and recruitment.
This [business] fit my desire for a creative career and also met my desire to have time and flexibility for our family of five.
I was a stressed out woman living in NYC and needed to make a change. I found yoga and learned how to decrease my stress levels.
My business partner and I met on Twitter, and I consulted to him on writing a business case for a new sensor.
It simply came time to create Azure Media, producing transmedia projects ON AIR, ONLINE and ON THE GO that fuel impact IN COMMUNITIES, IN SCHOOLS and IN CAPITOLS
I was looking for an outlet of my creative nature and Park City’s Main Street was looking for a shoe store. It was a match made in heaven.
I am a dog lover, a fair-weather surfer, a passionate paddle boarder and a modern-day alchemist perfumer obsessed with rare and pure scent.
When my first exhibit sold out on opening night, I realized then I might just be able to do this for a living.
The sincere desire to help people succeed is the reason for ReciProty’s existence. What makes ReciProty unique is its blend of local personal and business support available FREE to all members 24/7/365
MotherTongues just released our first iPhone/iPad app, World Words. It teaches you one life-affirming word per day, with pronunciation and meaning. It is being downloaded around the world!
I started this as a platform to showcase women entrepreneurs and community leaders who were not receiving recognition. Also as a resource to help women on their journey.
I was listed as one of the Top 100 Designers in the Washington, D.C., region by Home & Design Magazine, with five of my designs featured in their Portfolio for 2011.
I started creating this product for my children. With the sticky, drippy mess of ice pops, I wanted something they could use that would save me a clean-up!