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Aspiring Entrepreneurs

The Sixth See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Natalie Gordon, founder of Babyli.st, dispels the “pregnancy brain” myth.

The Fifth See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Elyse Petersen, founder of Tealet.com, explains how to turn uncommon products into popular commodities.

The Fourth See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Marci Harris, founder of POPVOX, chats about humanizing Congress.

The Third See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Mandie Miller, CEO of Got What it Cakes, explains how to effectively market your business on FaceBook


The Second See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Tiffany Krumins, from ABC’s “Shark Tank”, chats about overcoming obstacles.


The First See for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Cinnamon Bowser, the founder of Nail Taxi, gives tips on taking your business nationwide.

The Hosts Who Introduced the “The Seven Sees for Aspiring Entrepreneurs”

Angela Lee:   Angela is the founder of 37 Angels, an angel investment network for women. Lee gave tips on how to start your side business while working a full-time job.

Keshia Walker:  Keshia is the CEO of Insights Marketing and Promotions, a marketing firm in Atlanta that services celebrity clients. She talked about community outreach.

Ashley Bush and Raphaela Sapire: Their project, Route by Route, documents what it means to be an American women in the 21st century. They gave tips on effectively branding your project.

Christy Prunier and her daughter, Willa: After 10 years in L.A. working on movies like “Black Swan” and with directors such as Oliver Stone, Christy started her own skincare line. Christy gave inspirational advice for transitioning careers.

Danae Ringelmann:  Danae is the co-founder of IndieGoGo. She answered your questions on project funding.

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