Archive for April, 2012

Inspire Children To Learn About the World

Little Passports makes educational toys and electronic games that inspire children to learn about other countries and cultures.

At the same time, you can build your own business by introducing Little Passports to your community.

Discover here.

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

ALEAP: Totally Devoted to Women Entrepreneurs


ALEAP, the Association of Lady Entrepreneurs of Andhra Pradesh (ALEAP) was established with an aim to bring women entrepreneurs trying to help each other and work in collaboration for welfare maximization.

It was established in December 1993 and today holds the recognition of being one of India’s premier institutions of women entrepreneurs totally devoted to the development of entrepreneurship among women.

Learn more about ALEAP here.

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Posted by: Laurel Delaney

Happiness Through Individual Global Initiative

Happiness through individual initiative — better known as entrepreneurship — is something the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is very familiar with.  After all, did you know:

When Kate was five, her mother, like many aspiring entrepreneurs, saw a niche that could be filled to help others in her situation. As described on the website of the family business, PartyPieces.co.uk, “Carole Middleton founded Party Pieces in 1987 after finding it difficult to source fun, simple party products for her children’s parties.”

Read the entire article:  The Entrepreneurs’ Princess

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

To Export, Become Educated

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

Women Entrepreneurs in India: Here’s How to Grow Your Global Online Presence

Women entrepreneurs in India:  Google+ is calling you!  They have launched the WeOW (Women Entrepreneurship On Web) program which is divided into five different circles (refer below).

Entrepreneurs can choose which circle to get into.  Some might need only one or all five.  The following are the five circles which have helped women entrepreneurs to launch a website, collaborate and optimize their global online presence.

  1. Building an online presence: creating a website, a YouTube channel, and a business page on a social network like Google+
  2. Collaborating effectively: tools like Gmail, Calendar and Docs
  3. Connecting with customers: hosting Google+ Hangouts, creating and distributing targeted offers and discounts
  4. Promoting your organization: online product demos, creating viral videos on YouTube, advertising through AdWords and AdSense
  5. Tracking and optimizing your online presence: Google Analytics, Google Alerts, ripples on Google+, the +1 button, webmaster tools

Ready to join? Go here.

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney


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