Marie Schwartz has hit upon a million-dollar idea with TeenLife Media.
The one-stop online source for parents and educators seeking programs and services for teenagers aged 12-18 has not only won the local entrepreneur six months of professional business coaching — courtesy of a New York competition for female business leaders — but the chance to gain the “national visibility” it needs to net outside investors.
“We are going to make a million. We could actually make it this year, we’re very close,” Schwartz, 54, told the Herald. “More than that, I want that objective viewpoint for what I need to do differently. This could be a $5 million or $10 million business, I have no doubt about it.”
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