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Getting Certified as a Women Business Enterprise

Many public corporations and government agencies earmark a percentage of business for WBEs (Women Business Enterprises). Getting WBE certification is a hassle—think lots and lots of paperwork and tax forms—but it could win you a lucrative...

When Your Kids Take You to Work

An interview with Renee Sandler, president of Blamtastic, a line of lip balms for tweens and teens that she co-founded with her daughters (Lily, 12, and Melanie, 10). How did you get the idea for Blamtastic? In 2007, I read an article about how...

4 Tips for Starting Your Factory Hunt

Victoria Chou has 25+ years of experience importing, exporting, and distributing hosiery throughout North and South America. Here’s how she finds factories. Look at barcodes of products similar to yours. Search the UPC or EAN number online to...

Understanding Cost Per Acquisition

Yang Yang, 29, is the founder and CEO of AMIclubwear.com, with $40 million in yearly gross profit and 1.4 million unique visitors per month. The key to her success is cost per acquisition(CPA)—how much you spend to bring in each new customer....

Marie Forleo’s Digital B-School for Startups

Ever tried to build an online business? Not as straightforward as you thought it was going to be, eh? Before starting DailyWorth, I launched multiple Web properties. Some never made a dime, and others generated a few thousand dollars a month—but...

Bed, Breakfast & Bottom Line

An interview with Monique Greenwood, CEO of Akwaaba Mansionbed & breakfast in Brooklyn and other East Coast inns. What inspired you to open Akwaaba? Akwaaba tapped into all my passions: decorating, entertaining, and real-estate investing. When we...

She Knows What Women Want

An interview with Renee Greenstein, designer of the clothing lines Attitudes by Renee and Women with Control, a bestseller on QVC. What did you do to differentiate you clothing lines from what's already out there? Style is all about attitude, not...

Running the Numbers on Fitness DVDs

If your entire market of customers bought your product, how much money could you make? Execs call this your TAM, or "total addressable market." Last year at Spark and Hustle, we met up with Gloria, an entrepreneur developing exercise DVDs...

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