Who said “Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door?”
[Goetz] had owned a garden store in Idaho for five years and while working for other companies after her move to Washington, she missed the independence.
They wanted to support a little 7-year-old to earn a little extra summer loot,” her mom said.
The QuakeGuard system on which SWS was founded differs from other earthquake detection technologies because it provides the user with a different kind of information, Dickson said.
When we hear the word “entrepreneur,” we tend to conjure up images of tech magnates or other computer-based startup business owners.
Her truck, a 1986 model she calls â€œSpartacus,â€ has a full kitchen on board, and it’s clean and well-kept.
Bowman is now the CEO and founder of the Durham-based technology company Appia that builds online storefronts where businesses can sell mobile phone applications.
“It took him a year to build and I gave my boss one year’s notice but I wasn’t sure if he believed me so I kept reminding him ever few months,” Mrs Griffiths said.
The Coulee Montessori eighth-grader is hoping the knitted hats, scarves, footbags and iPod holders she’s selling through Coulee Arts Marketplace will give her a good jump start on the travel kitty.
He concluded there was no good reason for contacts to run $20 a box or more, other than pure profit for the handful of manufacturers that control the market.
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