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    Dad Changes the Face of Kids’ Pajamas with Little Twig & Sparrow Product Line

    As a father-of-three, entrepreneur Avi Newhouse was tired of all of the same-old cartoon, princess, and hero print kids’ pajamas that wore out after only a few washings. He set out and created Little Twig & Sparrow: exceptionally durable kids’ pajamas that exude modern style and extraordinary quality.

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    Mom Invents the BubbleBum Inflatable Car Booster Seat

    Mompreneur Grainne Kelly invented BubbleBum, the first inflatable car booster seat, as a way for travelers to safely transport their kids. She came up with the idea while traveling back and forth between her native Ireland and England to visit a sick relative. “I always had to carry cumbersome, rigid car seats on the flights due to the lack of car booster seats available from car rental desks,” she shares. “I knew this was a challenge faced by many on-the-go parents, so I invented BubbleBum as THE lightweight, portable, and inflatable solution!”
     

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    Renae Christine built a six-figure stationery company for herself from her own home and is now teaching others on how to do the same. She currently helps thousands of other business owners build their businesses through analysis and training via the Rich Mom University and free training webinars on http://RichMomBusiness.com.
     

    Business Start-Up

    With today’s economy requiring more stringent control of one’s financial income, many Americans are electing to start a new business from home —for many good reasons. For Cindy Venckus, of Chicago, IL, the concept worked. Her motive to create a home-based kindergarten education program transformed into Early Education Enrichment, LLC.

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    Woman’s Affinity for Makeup Results in the Creation of a New Cosmetic Line

    In 2004, Marci Star — a fresh out of college business major — moved to Los Angeles, California for a music career, but had an affinity for makeup. Broke, hungry, and touring with her band, she did makeup applications on the side for cash to survive. Marci began professional makeup applications on stars in the music industry. As the clients walked away with beautifully finished faces, they requested touch-up items to-go. Marci thought, "I could keep giving away these other brands, but what if I had my own to sell?"

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