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Ellen Sledge chills for success with her Penny Lick Ice Cream

The entrepreneur graduated from a pushcart at a farmers market to a retail operation.

Southport entrepreneurs peel off eggstra special kitchen gadget

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."

Norwalk startup targets disease-borne bugs

Norwalk-based The Pic20 Group is offering the Ready Ranger Repellents product line of insect sprays featuring a non-DEET ingredient base.

Modern Dermatology to open in Westport on July 30

"We participate in clinical research trials, which means our office is equipped with the latest and newest technologies, devices and products," said Dr. Deanne Mraz Robinson.

Work Well Win launches first collaborative workspace in Greenwich

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.

Stamford entrepreneur puts best foot forward with ballet flats line

"Pinterest is where all of these Millennials girls plan their wedding," explained Ingrid Sarver, founder of Stamford-based Talaria Flats.

Startup seeks to declutter people’s homes and lives

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.

Entrepreneurs Institute at NCC seeks to embolden more with the startup...

"By the time you graduate, you are in a position to launch a business – a practical, fundable, presentable business," said instructor Stephen Mersereau.

Ex-investment banker Andrea Sotgiu steers small businesses on way to the...

"Most people start a business, unfortunately, on their own credit cards," said Andrea Sotgiu, CEO of Lavan Financial Group.

Fairfield masseuse rubs out pain, launches business with cannabis cream

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.

Tequila Revolucion to open next week in Fairfield

Tequila Revolucion is to open next week in Fairfield at 1851 Post Road.

Roost, a new eatery, to open in Darien in early 2018

Roost will be owned and operated by Mike and Krista Pietrafeso, who also run Ada’s Kitchen + Coffee in Greenwich.

LGBTQ-focused bar and performance space to open in Norwalk

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.

A Greenwich woman’s venture from finance to child-rearing to franchise owner

Assisted Living Locators charges a $49,500 franchise fee and requires a monthly $500 royalty fee from its franchisees.

Brookfield’s Hat City keeps a lid on musicians’ recording costs

“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.”