Host and chief startupologist Rich Sloan interviews more winners from the 2007 StartupNation Home-Based 100. If you’re looking for ideas for a home-based business, dive right in to the possibilities during this radio show.
The program starts with a blood and guts feature on an entrepreneur who created a horror film business, Red Scream Films, runner up in the Boomers Back in Business category. Learn how David Williams endures the real horrors in life, like, will he actually successfully finance and distribute his films.
Then we pay a visit to Suzanne Meyer, founder of The Welcome Committee, #10 in the Top Ten Best Financial Performers. She’s got a concept that is working phenomenally in North Carolina and she’s positioning her business for roll-out across the country.
Then learn about Laura Hamrick’s invention, OnTray, which made her a winner in our Top Ten Most Innovative category. Ever had a need to keep your child preoccupied while you’re shopping the lanes of the grocery store? She’s got the answer. Maybe her story will inspire you to pursue your great ideas.
Janet Hayden of Sterling Pear is our last guest – a true startup success story from within the StartupNation community. Yes, she’s a home-preneur, and she’s marketing and selling ornament storage products – a perfect product for the holiday season. Learn how she leveraged the StartupNation community through effective surveying and then incorporated that data into a solid business plan.
Listen to this podcast with Janet to learn more about her opportunities and challenges.