Creating a thriving business in this sour economy is a tall order, but one local man has combined technology and ambition into a business plan that is showing promise after only a matter of months.
The Lock-A-Bye is a beautifully crafted, fully secured Tote Bag that’s great for the workplace, great to take on vacation, great to take anywhere!
In 2001, Johnny Earle dropped out of music college after just two weeks.
Three retired sisters have found a way to give old boots new life by turning them into stylish purses of all shapes and sizes.
Dylan eventually cultivated her love of art and candy at Duke University, where she studied art history and spent her junior year abroad in London and Rome – tasting and discovering new candies, and collecting artful wrappers and packaging from her travels.
Tie Society allows you to build an Online Closet of men’s furnishing free of the typical constraints that accompany retail purchases – for a fraction of the cost.
“It goes back to high school in 2009,” said Krass, “I played lacrosse with Sam and we just started hanging out and talking about how cool it would be to start a clothing company.”
Maybe the biggest inspiration the duo had was the success apparel company, Vineyard Vines was having in 2008 and 2009.
They were taking a square peg and trying to put a round dress on it,” said Vincent Cuccia, who had a career in fund raising and grant writing for different theaters and universities in the New York City area before it occurred to him there might be a market in drag queen clothes.
Fashion trucks are on the road, and are growing in popularity with each mile they log.
An industrial designer and an orthopedic surgeon realized that prosthetic legs don’t have to be dull, ordinary and plastic.