Entrepreneur Of The Day: Kristin Wald

Shower Sidekick Founder Kristin Wald talks about launching a startup in college, the process of getting it to market and her journey as an entrepreneur.

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Jashoda Madhavji

Rising celebrity publicist Jashoda Madhavji is the founder of Dream N Hustle Media in Bombay, India. Check out why she’s our Entrepreneur of the Day.

New Documentary, ‘A Small Good Thing,’ Examines True Happiness

The American Dream often includes the accumulation of material things. Is that version of happiness still relevant in 2016? Welcome to “A Small Good Thing.”

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Farah Allen of Song Society App

Farah Allen is the CEO of Song Society App. Today she is talking about what her app is doing for music and what she hopes people will say about her product.

Piktochart’s Cofounder Talks Launching An Unconventional Startup And Going Against the Grain

Just because it’s popular in the startup doesn’t mean it’ll work for everyone. Piktochart’s Ai Ching Goh tells us how to go against the grain and make the right decisions for you.

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Julia Wackenheim-Gimple

Julia Wackenheim-Gimple fell in love with acting as a teen in New Jersey, now the LA-based actress is executive producing her own web series, “F’d.”

In Her Own Words: ‘What I Gained When I Nearly Lost It All’

Susan Vagnoni Murphy’s world came crashing down around her. Somehow she found the strength to soldier on. Read her remarkable story In Her Own Words.

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Qakestry Catering

We speak with Cincinnati entrepreneur Quianna Thompson of Qakestry Catering about why she got started, lessons she’s learned and where she’s headed.

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Christie Cook of Avery Verse Bag Co

Christie Cook founded Avery Verse Bag Co in Sydney, Australia in July 2016. Today she’s chatting with us about luxury bags and starting a business.

Third Generation Entrepreneur Nicole Preiss Expands On Her Familys Legacy

The legacy of importing specialized liqueurs began with Erich Preiss, who brought his son Henry into the business in the 70s. Now its Nicole’s turn.