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pg_lightbulbOur Featured Moms section tells stories about moms who have successfully brought their products to market and we're always searching for new and inspiring women to share their lessons learned, roadblocks and "aha" moments. It's the most popular and inspiring part of our Website!

If you're interested in sharing your story, please answer the following questions. Please use the form below instead of emailing us your interview.

We wish we could feature everyone. One of the selection criteria is that you've shared something of depth about the challenges you've faced bringing your product or service to market. We often learn most from what hasn't worked. We are also looking for you to share helpful resources and information that will truly help others as they are building their businesses.  Another requirement is that you've been in business for at least one year.

We look forward to hearing your story!

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