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8 Fall Beauty & Fashion Picks for the CEO Mom on the Go

Living a busy life as a CEO Mom doesn’t mean you need to forego indulging in beauty and fashion products, but lets face it when you’re running a business and juggling family commitments sometimes beauty isn’t the priority. But, it doesn’t have to be so cut and dry. We’ve come across some amazing and fabulous…

CHITAG YOUNG INVENTOR CHALLENGE NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR ORIGINAL TOY AND GAME CONCEPTS

Following a record year for finalists entering into licensing deals with toy and game industry giants, registration is now open for ChiTAG’s 12th Annual Young Inventor Challenge (YIC). The annual competition provides an opportunity for children ages six to 18 to present original toy and game inventions to industry professionals, the media, and consumers. The…

How Two Single Moms are Giving Felons a Second Chance

Jimmy John’s franchise owners, Mary Jo Smallman and Angie Daniels know the power of second chances and starting over. These two single moms met when they were both at a crossroads, professionally and personally. As part of Jimmy John’s new Freak Yeah! campaign, the sandwich giant is spreading the word about some of their favorite…

From Shark Tank to His Own Patents: Meet Locker Board Founder, Carson Kropfl

Carson Kropfl, 13, turned a chance encounter on an elevator into an investment opportunity with serial entrepreneur, author and philanthropist, Sir Richard Branson. What started out as a way to raise money for surf lessons and contests, and avoid chores, turned into a thriving skateboard business with unique and patented designs. It was recently announced…

SPIbelt Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Kim Overton is continuing her tradition of giving back by raising funds for the Breast Cancer Resource Center of Austin. Through the sales of her innovative and trendsetting product, the SPIbelt, Kim is impacting her community $1 at a time. CEOMOM spoke with Kim to learn the inspiration…

The Sweet Life: Meet Young Honey Makers, Zach and Zoë

What started out as a means to fight seasonal allergies has evolved into a honey and beekeeping business that includes customers all over the United States and a store in the exclusive Chelsea Market in New York City. Zachary and Zoë Sweet Bee Farm, a family business based in the rolling hills of rural New…

How to Launch a Business From Your College Dorm Room

College students with an entrepreneurial spirit may be eager for the day they can leave the confines of their cramped dorm rooms, move into a spacious office and launch the business of their dreams. But why wait? “There are plenty of examples of college students who were still living in their dorms when they started…

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