Girls For Technology Encourages STEM, Entrepreneurship
June 20, 2018

Sabrina Tucker-Barrett, President and Chief Executive Officer of Girls For Technology, co-founded the startup in 2015 to encourage girls ages 11 to 17 to explore opportunities to become tomorrow’s leaders in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). She shared about the process of launching a nonprofit startup and the progress the organization has made since its launch.

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Entrepreneurial Center Supports Economic Consulting Services Startup
June 22, 2017

Connecticut Center for Innovative Entrepreneurs Founder Naranchimeg “Nara” Mijid discussed her experience as an independent, woman- and minority-owned business founder, her involvement with Innovation Places, and the benefits of networking with like-minded women entrepreneurs.

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Startup Clothing Boutique Finds Success in Hartford
June 12, 2017

Latoya Gibbs, Owner of How Bazaar Fashion, shared about how she turned her passion for vintage clothes and fashion into a successful small business in Hartford.

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Entrepreneur Creates Fitness Startup Success in West Hartford
May 26, 2017

Entrepreneur and fitness powerhouse Debra Fountain launched LIFER Fitness Studio in 2015. She spoke about her entrepreneurial experience and what it’s like to launch a startup in a competitive market.

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Entrepreneurial Center Fosters Hartford-Area Startup Bakery
May 10, 2017

Beth Bolton, Owner/Pastry Chef at A Little Something Bakery provided some insight about launching a startup in West Hartford and discussed some of the challenges she’s experienced as an entrepreneur.

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