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In my search for the "perfect blog" I came across a blogger that is helping mom-preneurs and their businesses.



I belong to a wonderful group called, The Mom Entrepreneur Support Group. It is an interactive group that allows mom entrepreneur members to network with one another and share their stories and advice for balancing motherhood and running a company. (Membership is free)



While reading an e-mail from one of the members of… Continue

Added by Robin on June 18, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Mom's Need to Support Each other in their Business Ventures

It's amazing to me that so many of the retailers that I worked at are out of business. I started as an intern at Gimbels, worked my way up through an executive training program at Alexander's in their Yonkers New York branch. I later worked at Jordan Marsh in Florida. Many of our friends worked at Caldors. And now Linen and Things, and so many electronic and toy stores are going out of business.



It is so important to support our small family owned stores in our communities It's also… Continue

Added by Robin on January 2, 2009 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

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