Family man Richard Schulte has donned the hat of Web entrepreneur to unveil http://www.DayGloEnter.com, a family-friendly Internet storefront that offers deals on indoor and outdoor equipment, as well as electronics and live entertainment.
With increasing numbers of consumers using mobile devices to make their holiday purchases, smartphones and tablet computers may be elbowing aside elves as Santa’s helpers this year, experts predict.
Soap Scent-sations is hand-poured, handmade soap and bath products that I make in my home and sell from my home via etsy and private sales.
The website taps into the inventory systems of more than 50,000 stores, including Best Buy, Crate & Barrel, and Home Depot, to let customers know where an item they’re searching for is in stock.
Haponpon (same as pompon or pom-pom ) was established before three months ago in order to give a good solution to grooms and brides that wants to decorate their wedding car and not pay a lot of money.
Kitsy Lane is the first and only social commerce platform that enables anyone to open their own fashion boutique—from college students and stay-at-home moms, to fashion bloggers, stylists, celebrities, and even the fashionista next-door—as the Kitsy Lane Platform harnesses the power of their social networks to sell exclusive pieces from emerging jewelry and accessories designers.
Her three-year-old company, The Scrumptious Pantry, has seen sales increase fourfold in 2011.
Laboratory Style Initiative produces high-end lab coats for women.
Eight-year-old Harli Jordean, who has been obsessed with marbles since he was six, turned his love for the shiny orbs into a bonafied business at 500 bucks a pop.
Self-titled tacky sweater aficionado John Kaplar took his love of these sweaters to a new level — and started Skedouche.com in 2009.