Start Ups

Two Moms Bring Zen To Slow Cooking

When life adds special burdens to a mother, she sometimes finds a solution that becomes a business.
Such is the case with Meg Barnhart, an Illinois mother in need of extra time for her children, one whom had special needs.
She began using a slow-cooker to prepare family meals.

Five Legal Tips for Startups

When done properly, launching a startup can be an exciting and fulfilling endeavor.  When done improperly, it can be a nightmare.  Unfortunately, in an effort to get the business off the ground, many new founders overlook the importance of legally protecting their business and themselves.  Matthew Horn, Esq. is the President and Co-Founder of Legal Services offers these are five important legal tips for startups.

Military Wife Builds Successful Business Out Of Necessity

A military wife who recognized frequent moves for her husband’s career made finding a worthwhile job difficult decided to strike out on her own.

She also wanted to help other military families.

The result is that Vista Bartholomew has built VistaPix Media into a full service enterprise offering a variety of services including photo scanning, slideshow creation and VHS conversions.