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Parentrepreneur Telling the story of organized parents who have turned their ideas into successful businesses.
Parentrepreneur Spotlight

From across the country, shaped by their life experiences, each of these Entrepreneurial Parents has
taken their passion for organized parenting and developed successful operations.

These are their stories.

 

Vanessa Carrington. Read More />
After struggling on the work/family treadmill, Sarah Nicoli and Lisa Edwards turned their desire for balance into a successful planner series. Read More /> David McClees High Road />
Steve Greenspon’s goal is to make a difference for families. Sure, storage, organization, and laundry care products won’t save your life, but they’ll certainly save you some time.;Read More />  A simple conversation between friends over dinner led Amy Wright and Michelle Herbert to start a line of fashionable, affordable designer bags for all stages of a woman’s life.
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Rob Mitchell PaperClip Robot
, Rob Mitchell found that sharing iPhone apps with his toddler was tough. His son would press the home button and turn off his toddler app, leaving the phone open for mischief. Rob’s Solution? BubCaps. Read More />  Most moms-to-be don’t spend the last trimester of their pregnancy starting their own stationery business with their own original designs. But Bonnie Marcus is different—as different as her award-winning work that celebrates even the small occasions in life. Read More />
Jill Grover – Jillie Willie, Inspired by the stories of settlers crossing the American West, including her great, great, great grandparents, Jill Grover decided to bring back the multi-purpose apron—with a 21st century twist, along with other helpful household items. Read More /> When Patrick Mish picked up his first e-reader back in 2006, he quickly saw an untapped potential to make accessories. Then when e-readers took off in 2008, he and Devon found they had to move their business out of their garage to keep up with demand. Read More />
Sarah Smith – LockerWorks, After several uninspiring school fundraisers, Sarah Smith hot on a genius ideas: sell functional, long-lasting organizational accessories to help her son and his classmates organize their lockers. Anthony Wolf, What does an Engineer father do when he discovers that loading a sleeping child into a car seat is a two-person job?  He invents an attractive solution. Read More />
Debbie Brown - Buckhead Betties, See how Debbie Brown combined her business savvy, mother's intuition and fashion sense to create Buckhead Betties-stylish yet practical accessories. Dyna Kau - Girl Of All Work - Learn where the hardworking designer found inspiration to start creating stylish stationery and more for working women everywhere.
Kelly Alford - iota and iotababy - Whether she’s managing a lifestyle brand or raising her own family, this designer Mom knows that it’s the little things that mean the most. Dyna Kau - Girl Of All Work - Learn where the hardworking designer found inspiration to start creating stylish stationery and more for working women everywhere.
Chris Pegula Diaper Dude Meet the “diaper dude dad” who noticed that all diaper bags were distinctively designed for women, and decided to do something about it. Tavinder Phull & Vianka Perez Belyea - Rhoost Unable to find baby-proofing products that were safe, straightforward, sustainable AND stylish, two friends set their sights on a solution.
Donovan Designs Katie Black Vincent and Sarah Jones Nusken Lisa Lowe ORE Originals As a kid Lisa would make products packaging and all for her younger brother to buy Now with kids of her own Lisa's design business is anything but make believe
Mary Ann Schwanewede Metrotots When new mom Mary Ann Schwanewede couldn't find a home for the stroller in her small New York apartment, she made one. After all, necessity is the mother of invention Amy Bergin The Couponizer As the primary shopper for a family of five, Amy Bergin needed more than just a coupon holder, so she developed an entire organized shopper savings system. Read More />
Sheila Wright Talkatoo It all started with a mom who was looking for a creative way to share a little love with her little ones while they were away from home.Read More /> John Panciscio FamilyTimeFun Games Meet the founder of Family Fun Time games and see how imagination at the dinner table became a new and exciting game series.Read More />