Entrepreneur Uses Low Tech Methods to Build a Fortune
Paul Sowinski has been keeping a low profile for the past 6 years with other priorities — getting married and having three kids. Home Business Magazine first profiled him back in 2003 and recently caught up with him again to see “where he is now.” At 34, he’s back to his “old self,” building his home business and being “'entertaining” and having some fun while doing it
Former Restaurant Owner Takes ‘Service’ into the Home Business Arena
Before Peter Vlahos decided to leave his “day job” and devote all his time to working from home as a business and marketing coach, he had taken the phrase “Hard Work Pays Off” to a whole new meaning. Only, he was still waiting on the “Pay-off” part.
Entrepreneur Helps Businesses Grow Using the Web and Virtual Teams
"It’s important to continuously learn new things that can immediately impact the success of your business."
By Home Business Magazine
As an overworked corporate consultant, Terra Bohlmann was burnt out. Outside of her day job, her passion was helping others who wanted to start or grow a business. She knew it was time to launch out on her own to help business owners grow their own businesses using the Web and virtual teams.
Entrepreneur Helps Companies Increase Their Visibility
Doreen Clark has always been an entrepreneur; however, the understanding did not become a reality until November, 2011. This is when she took her well-structured ideas from paper to practice; forming her home-based business, Doreen Clark Public Relations.
Home Business Owner Offers Quality Western Craftsmanship and Unique Designs at Affordable Prices
When Kiki Valenti’s niece ordered a new western-style embroidered shirt for an upcoming rodeo from an online vendor, the two women were horrified at the shirt’s poor construction. Valenti, a sewing hobbyist with a full-time bookkeeping position, decided to make one of the uniquely-designed shirts on her own.