Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
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Every day people pass this individual on their way to work, seeing them as nothing more than a poor and desperate punter.
Woolery, 32, who was born and raised in Jamaica, got the idea for his latest venture in 2005 after he helped his brother-in-law, a makeup artist, design a wristband to hold his brushes.
Ninety-five percent of Oprah’s guests are invited, and are rarely booked because a publicist made a phone call and pitched a client.
There’s no mistaking what’s in this vending machine.
Compassion comes naturally to Wood—she was a social worker in a neonatal unit in Little Rock for years before she moved to Illinois—but it was only in 2000 that she figured out how to make money from it.
The phenomenal growth of women-owned businesses has made headlines for three decades—women consistently have been launching new enterprises at twice the rate of men, and their growth rates of employment and revenue have outpaced the economy.
After finding nothing suitable for the under-5 set, she shot a $30,000 pilot video she and her husband paid for themselves and launched Little Pim full time in early 2008.
Lana Lewis and her son Dereck started Tank Goodness and promise they can get cookies from their oven to their customers’ offices.