Interview with Trish Sare, Founder of BikeHike Adventures Inc.
-- Trish Sare took her love of travel and made a career out of it. Today, she helps others find adventurous vacations with Bike Hike Adventures. Are you looking to start and adventure travel business? Here are some valuable tips from a seasoned entrepreneur.
Interview with Tina Wick, Owner and Designer of Greenpurse
Tina Wick's gathered inspiration for her Greenpurse accessories line from a variety of places, including a childhood business transaction. In this interview, read about how these disparate inspirations came together to form a successful business.
Interview with Rosemary Lab Walters, Owner and Chief Manager of Training Treats for Husbands
Rosemary Lab Walters was looking for a unique angle to make her line of toffees stand out from the rest. That's when she came up with Training Treats for Husbands. She shares her story with us in this interview.
Interview with Nancy Boru, Owner of Lone Cone Toffee
After leaving an abusive relationship, Nancy Boru worked odd jobs to make ends meet. One day a friend passed on a vintage toffee recipe, Nancy took it to a gift show and started her own candy business, Lone Cone Toffee. Read her inspiring story in this interview.
Interview with Meredith Garcia, Co-Founder of TheFashionList.com
It's a classic story: Frustration with the status quo leads a worker to strike out on their own. That was the case for Meredith Garcia, whose company TheFashionList.com seeks to innovate the way events in the fashion & beauty industry are scheduled.
Interview with Online Business Entrepreneur Chandra Clarke
Chandra Clarke has tapped into the need for the perfectly written paper, newsletter, business plan or personal correspondence. If you are interested in starting an editing and proofreading business, you'll enjoy hearing about her entrepreneurial adventure.
Interview with Shannen Knight, Founder of A Sight for Sport Eyes
Shannen Knight is one of millions of young people who had to write a business plan for her Entrepreneur Class. Unlike others, her professor said he would back her if she actually started that business. Today, Shannen owns two companies, A Sight for Sport Eyes and Chameleon Salon.
Interview with Sara Morgan, Founder of Custom Solutions
Sara Morgan is using her corporate knowledge and drive to help people become entrepreneurs. With a free guide to building web sites and an inspirational guide to leaving the corporate world behind, Sara can help you become the business owner you've always dreamed of.
Interview with Sandra Blakley, Founder of Dog Kidz Country Daycare & Boarding LLC
Pools, play equipment and hiding places are just part of the benefits for your pet at DogKidz. Pet parents can keep an eye on their pet through online cameras. Meet Sandra Blakley, entrepreneur and owner of Dog Kidz Country Daycare & Boarding LLC.
Interview with Melissa Crane, Founder of DotDot Interactive
Melissa Crane turned freelance work into her own company. Now she is the owner of a marketing agency that helps small businesses. If you are thinking of starting a service business, check out the valuable advice that Melissa share with our readers.
Interview with Kathleen Hawkins, Founder and President, WOAMTEC
When the networking organization that Kathleen Hawkins participated in no longer met her needs, she took the initiative and started her own. Whether you want to start a networking organization or just be a better networker, Kathleen has some excellent tips to share.
Interview with Joan Denizot, Founder of Super Sized Cycles and Zize Bikes
Joan had a problem and she fixed it! This is the kind of entrepreneur we love at Gaebler.com. Joan saw the need for bicycles that would work well for larger people. Through hard work and a great team, Joan is now the proud owner of Zize Bikes and Super Sized Cycles.
Interview with Jill Starishevsky, President of Safety Star Media
Jill Starishevsky took her experience as a New York City prosecutor of child abuse and sex crimes cases to begin a service to help parents get feedback on their nanny's performance. She also wrote a book to help children understand the agency of their own body.
Interview with Jen Portland, Founder and President of ExcelRainMan
After one too many late nights of finishing her co-workers' Excel projects, Jen Portland was inspired to start her own Excel consulting business. In this interview, she shares her advice for turning your expertise into your own business.
Interview with Holly Hamann, Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing of BlogFrog
Blogs can often be a one-way conversation from blogger to readers. BlogFrog is a plug-in that expands the conversation by allowing blog readers to interact with each other. BlogFrog co-founder Holly Hamann shares her reasons for joining this woman-centered business.
Interview with Derschaun Sharpley, founder of Helping Individuals Succeed
Derschaun Sharpley founded Helping Individuals Succeed Agency (H.I.S.) in Detroit in 2004. Today she is helping the city's youth develop the leadership skills they need to be successful. If you are looking to become an entrepreneur and help kids succeed, Ms. Sharpley is someone you should know!
Interview with Angela Giovine, Founder of Lime Events and BeMe
Not every little girl wants to be a ballerina. Little girls today might be inclined to play soccer or softball. Angela Giovine decided to update the traditional music box with twirling figures that are more in line with modern girls' interests. In this article, she shares her advice for starting a business.
Interview with Aging Backwards Founder Jackie Silver
With aging populations everywhere, starting an anti-aging business seems like a sure winner. We spend some time with entrepreneur Jackie Silver to learn her experiences in starting Aging Backwards, a business that is a leader in the fast-emerging, anti-aging industry.
Interview with Angela Morris, Owner of Angela Photography
After graduating from the University of Georgia and Art Institute, Angela Morris wished to make her dreams of being a photographer a reality. Having worked with bands such as Gnarls Barkley, and People Magazine, she's really made a name for herself.
Interview with Entrepreneur Angie Toussaint-Billingsly
Starting an event planning business requires minimal capital but it does take a fair bit of talent and skill to do well. We spoke with one successful entrepreneur in event planning to learn more about the event planning industry in general and about her experiences with her corporate meeting planning services company.
Interview with Kidzsack Founder Tina Hill
Lots of Moms have great ideas pop into their heads as they go through the daily routine of raising a family. Tina Hill, founder of Kidzsack ,has taken a moment of inspiration and turned it into a successful business. She is full of great tips for people interested in bringing their innovative product idea to market.
Interview with My Care Necessities Founder Betsy Hiebert
Personal experience can be a great way to come up with a business concept. We talk with Betsy Hiebert, a business owner who came up with a great business idea after seeing a void in the market for something she knew could really help folks out.
Interview with Jean Newell, Owner of Newco Enterprises, LLC
Frustrated with misplacing her phone, camera and other high-tech devices, realtor Jean Newell created an organizer to help keep all of her gadgets in tow. She quickly realized that everyone, not just realtors could use an organizer like hers, which is how her business began.
Interview with Barbara Hranilovich, Founder of BARBCO and Hranilovich Illustration
Inspiration can strike at the strangest times. Barbara Hranilovich woke up with the idea for product that would carry your coffee easily. Her many years of self-employment experience gave her a leg up on transitioning from great idea to start-up business. In this interview, she shares some of that experience.