Startup Stories

March 2008
NAFE Magazine;Spring2008, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p28
The article focuses on the experiences of several U.S. women entrepreneurs in launching their own company. Theresa Carter of AmeriTales Entertainment LLC invested her $50,000 savings into book publishing and plans to expand into DVD and multimedia later on to help promote history among children. According to Barbara Thornton of Designershoes.com, she used her investment to open a store and a Web site since investors in New England were reluctant to provide the necessary funds.


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