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Category: Content
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  • How to go from Hollywood costumer to fashion merchandising guru

    Meet Sarah Shaw, CEO of Sarah Shaw Consulting and a women who takes pride in the fact that “she has never really had a job”. Right out of college, Sarah succeeded in achieving her goal of creating costumes for Hollywood performers. She thought that her life would be spent shuttling from sound stage to sound […] The post How to go from Hollywood costumer to fashion merchandising guru appeared first...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • How a writer turned her sense of humor into a publishing business

    Meet Donna Cavanaugh, CEO of Humor Outcasts.com. Donna started writing a weekly humor column for a local Pennsylvania newspaper. Soon, she was syndicated in a series of daily newspapers with a loyal following. As she transitioned to presenting her brand of humor in the digital world, she quickly noticed that a number of owners of […] The post How a writer turned her sense of humor into a publishin...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • Adventures in the land of olives

    Patricia Hajifotiu, Co-founder of The Olive Odysseys, describes her most unique travel company owned by boomers and largely run for boomers. I spoke with Patricia recently from her location on the Greek island of Evia. Patricia and her husband Manolis are serial entrepreneurs, having run a photography business in Patricia’s home state of Ohio for […] The post Adventures in the land of olives appea...

Bizstarters.com

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • How a blog writer for Oprah became a nationally known retirement expert

    In this episode of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50″ in I interview Nancy Collamer, CEO of My Lifestyle Career and author of ” Second Act Careers”. Since we both work with boomer clients, Nancy and I have shared resources, tips and anecdotes for a number of years. I was pleased […] The post How a blog writer for Oprah became a nationally known retirement expert appear...

  • How to select a franchise as a retirement business

    In this installment of “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Mike Miller, an old friend from MBA school. Mike decided that his transition from his corporate management position to semi-retirement would take three steps: (1) Move from Illinois to North Carolina; (2) Build a new house; (3) Purchase a franchised business selling some […] The post How to select a franchise as a retirement bu...

  • How a dainty wrist lead to a fashion selling webstore

    In this installment of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Elaine Povinelli, CEO of Dainty Wrist Jewelry.com. Elaine is an example of a new generation of fashion-oriented online merchants who find a well-defined niche and offer customized products to satisfy the need. A single mother with several children, Elaine […] The post How a dainty wrist lead to a fas...

  • How a public relations executive became a small business author

    In this installment of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Lynne Strang author of “Late Blooming Entrepreneurs: 8 Principles for Starting a Business After age 40”. Lynne left a career as a public relations executive to launch her own publicity consulting firm. But, she had also long harbored a […] The post How a public relations executive became a small busi...

  • How an engineer went from making lunch meat to making factories work better

    In this episode of our popular podcast series: “Running a Great Business After 50” I interview Deb Martin, CEO of Profitable Processes. Over a thirty year career as an Industrial engineer, Deb has worked in a wide variety of large scale manufacturing facilities, the last seven years working for the Oscar Mayer division of Kraft. […] The post How an engineer went from making lunch meat to making fa...

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