How does sheBOOM contribute to holiday cheer? Two ways: Expressing gratitude for the people and actions that made 2019 a better year for us as individuals and women Supporting women-owned businesses by promoting the products and services they create and offer. What am I grateful for this year? The women and men

sheBOOMer: Shandee Chernow Her story: Shandee founded CertiStar in 2017. The company's mission is to protect and improve the safety and dining experience of all people who are vulnerable to food allergens. CertiStar's software allows restaurants to create menu options that cater to customers' dietary restrictions. Shandee has food allergies herself

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Ruth Urban Her company: On the Money helps small business owners take control of their finances by creating systems and tracking tools to make better financial decisions. What’s she grateful for? As an entrepreneur, she is grateful for the opportunity to be just that – an entrepreneur! Although the glamour

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Sarah Belzer Her company: Coconu is dedicated to helping couples increase their capacity for connection, intimacy, and pleasure. What’s she grateful for? There are so many things in her life that have helped shape her journey, but the one constant is her deep connection with family. She gets encouragement from

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Daisy Sealy Her company: Sof Scents offers natural soy candles that are cruelty-free and do not have any hidden chemicals. What’s she grateful for? Daisy says she is most grateful for her husband. “Being around an individual that is so devoted to taking an idea and developing it into an

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Sheila Doyle Her company: High Falls Hemp was inspired by the purity of nature in the Hudson Valley in New York. The founder's mission is to craft the purest CBD-infused supplements, tinctures and topical care products that promote health and wellness. What’s she grateful for? She is grateful for all

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Sylwia Wiesenberg Her company: Bawdy Beauty believes in highlighting and perfecting your assets while feeling confident and loving the skin you’re in. What’s she grateful for? Sylwia is grateful for her zany self and being able to dream and love her life. She believes that as an entrepreneur, it is

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Sara Azadi Her company: TushBaby creates products that make carrying a child easier. What’s she grateful for? “I am super grateful for our customers. You learn so much from those that love your brand and they can be your biggest advocates. Life as an entrepreneur can be busy and chaotic,

herHOLIDAY sheBOOMer: Sam Lim Her company: Hipdot offers eye, lip, and face products in celebration of creativity, inclusivity and self-expression through beauty. The brand believes in living outside the lines, seeing the beauty in the things around you, embracing each moment and giving back to important causes. The cosmetics are all

Running your own business is no small feat. Here are some traits that successful women entrepreneurs have in common. #1 Have Confidence: Believe in yourself and

FACT: >70% of women don’t have easy access to affordable, feminine hygiene products. These women created a solution.   The story behind the fact: Gaby Alves and

Shannon Ronan and Breelyn MacDonald, co-founders of Two Chicks Beef Jerky, created an all-natural version of an all-time favorite guilty pleasure, beef jerky. Meat snacks

A mother-daughter duo, Val and Breezy Griffith, started their company, Skinny Dipped Almonds, as a goal to spend more time together after the passing of a

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