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The entrepreneur graduated from a pushcart at a farmers market to a retail operation.
During a Kickstarter campaign, co-creator Sheila Torgan was surprised to find interest in The Negg from "the most handsome, fit men that I’ve ever seen in my life."
The start-up company has eight locations in development across the U.S. and has announced a goal of launching 90 spaces over the next five years.
"Pinterest is where all of these Millennials girls plan their wedding," explained Ingrid Sarver, founder of Stamford-based Talaria Flats.
Angelique Joseph, founder of The Organizing Angel, is a woman with a mission: bringing order from chaos, whether in a clutter-heavy home or a disorganized office. “It’s just something I’ve always done,” said Joseph, whose Ridgefield-based startup business The Organizing Angel provides organizing and concierge services for companies and individuals.
"By the time you graduate, you are in a position to launch a business – a practical, fundable, presentable business," said instructor Stephen Mersereau.
"Most people start a business, unfortunately, on their own credit cards," said Andrea Sotgiu, CEO of Lavan Financial Group.
Shirley Holleran Clark's Mago Green cream, produced by her start-up Sholla Therapies LLC, is a cannabinoid-infused formula whose main ingredient is derived from industrial hemp.
Roost will be owned and operated by Mike and Krista Pietrafeso, who also run Ada’s Kitchen + Coffee in Greenwich.
The new business at 3 Wall St. began as a monthly event in New York City in January 2016 before reinventing itself as a Connecticut establishment.
Assisted Living Locators charges a $49,500 franchise fee and requires a monthly $500 royalty fee from its franchisees.
“Depending on the session, I usually charge $40 an hour,” Christopher Litwin said. “A five-song demo with mix-master can go out the door at about $1,500. And that’s not a lot of money — engineer studios in New York City can charge $100 to $300 an hour.”
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