art2life is a company that brings people’s drawings (art) to life in the form of a soft sculpture/stuffed doll/pillow.
Power Balance declined to give sales figures, but EFX said it has sold more than 2 million products.
It all started out simple enough, Angie wanted to get a hand print/foot print done of her new daughter.
Amy Long and Samantha Scott are two local entrepreneurs who think they know what moms want.
Margaret Vinci Heldt, 92, from Chicago has been honored as the inventor of the iconic teased hairdo.
Christmas tree decked out with dollars 11 million U.S.
CrafTea Designs is a re-branding of my original business model, Tea Dyed Tees.
Now he is close to finishing building his own twin-seater aircraft, a feat made all the more remarkable by the fact that he’s done so in the backyard of his home in the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya.
After 15 years of […] operating an online knitwear design business, Kelly Machado of Commerce Township decided to return to working outside the home, but wasn’t quite sure which direction to go in.
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