Going into business for yourself doesn't mean you have to go it alone.
Sometimes we need to take on a partner or co-founder to get our business
venture off the ground. But picking the right co-founder is key.
Your online business is doing great. So great in fact you are thinking
about opening up a brick and mortar location. But how can you seamlessly
take your online business offline without losing customers?
Young Gabrielle Goodwin has joined the growing roster of today’s
“kidpreneurs.” At just 9 years old, she is the CEO of her own hair
accessory company, GaBBy Bows, which was launched when she was 7 years
old. TNJ Senior Editor Sergie Willoughby recently spoke to Gabrielle and her mother, Rozalynn Goodwin, about the business.
Brian Asingia and Franco Abbot are building what has been dubbed the
Disney of Africa. Their DreamAfrica is a digital storytelling platform
and offers entertaining and educational family friendly storybooks,
audiobooks, music and video/animations.