I want to help poor domestic helper, because in India domestic helpers are in the worst conditions.
1000 Personal Services
Laurie Schwarzrock: Livelonglivestrong–Freedom To Be Her Own Boss
Being able to enjoy your life whatever that looks like. To be able and help others out when needed. To be able and travel without thinking about money and ties.
Gauri Singh: The Maids’ Company- Helping Women Get to Work
We support women by providing a professional service, which allows them to return to the work force and maintain their financial independence while giving employment and fair wages to the poor women.
Lori Cheek: Revolutionizing the Dating Game with Cheek’d
I’m kind of an accidental entrepreneur, so really didn’t know anything about building a business.
Julia Pilas: Elephant Nose Pet Center — Shop Owner and ‘Catch-it’ Patent Holder
Success for me is the satisfaction you feel when a customer has nothing but appreciation for the job you’ve done.
Deb D’Andrea: 4TheLuvOfDogz — “If You Can Imagine It, You Can Do It.”
After several years in hi-tech, I found my passion, went back to school, received my certification for Canine Massage from Boulder College of Massage and later a second Canine Massage certification from CSU.
Jordana Jaffe: Embarkability
I am inspired by people who have paved the way for their success and have been determined to achieve their goals no matter what.
Nathalie Molina Niño: Therapy for Business Women
I stepped down from a successful career in international business to study storytelling… and started writing love letters to women in business, hoping to provide insights I wish someone had shared with me along the way.
The Beauty of the Hair Salon
Aside from your new look, Ana Perez thinks there’s something else going on in hair salons that can make you feel better.
Kelly Drescher: The Highland Dog
I started my endeavor because I went through a divorce and wanted to change my challenging military/traveling lifestyle to a more “normal”, home every night life.
Payal Gandhi Hoon: Tamarainlp
I wanted to do something that would add value not just to my life, but to many others; to make a difference at a deeper level and bring a smile to many, by helping them realise their true potential.
Katie Hustead: Paper Moon Moves
I have always loved seniors and have volunteered with them for years, so I searched for a viable business that would allow me to help seniors.
Cristina Antochi: Team 2 Clean
I left home at the age of 19 in pursuit of a better life. Now in my 20s, I have my own successful business, with 23 teams of 2 working with me, having around 600 clients and going forward.
Lisa Cash Hanson: Lisa Cash Hanson
In 2012 I submitted my baby product to Huggies – it was merely a prototype. They loved it and my baby product the SnuggWugg was chosen.
Sheila P. Coates: BYOB (Be Your Own Brand)
With great feedback and support I launched BYOB because I realized it was changing lives and positively impacting people on every level.