Written by Olivia Putnal Tuesday, June 05 2012
Joyce Landry and Josephine Kling want you to have a little adventure by having your next corporate event not in a ballroom but onboard a luxury cruise ship. They have navigated their share of rough seas as owners of Landry & Kling Cruise Event Services but after buying their company back, it’s been smooth waters.
Written by Patty Rasmussen Tuesday, May 29 2012
In 1996, Kim Houlne was ahead of the curve when she launched Working Solutions – a company that creates virtual call centers using home-based agents. Her genius was capitalizing on new technology and a workforce hungry for flexibility. She tells how she scaled the business and offers her best “ketchup” advice.
Written by Patty Rasmussen Tuesday, May 22 2012
“The first thing we want to be is fun,” says Lindsay Gaskins, CEO, Marbles: The Brain Store. She started her brain game empire with a failed kiosk in the mall, but by the end of summer, she’ll have 30 stores from coast to coast.
Written by Janece Shaffer Tuesday, May 15 2012
Chicago’s Julie Savitt has a pink construction helmet. She knows her way around a semi-truck and can talk “stone” with the best of them. She is a woman in a male dominated field who through sheer grit has built a new kind of construction company: one that is happy, healthy, green and discrimination free.
Written by Olivia Putnal Tuesday, May 08 2012
The Shraters went on vacation and each family member brought his/her own cereal, salad dressing, etc. At the end of the week they had all these leftovers and wished they could get their favorite brands in single serving sizes. And now thanks to their company, Minimus.biz, you can. Their products can be found everywhere, even in space.