The beauty of motherhood begins as early as the months leading to a child’s birth, which many say is the culmination of womanhood. Many moms, because of the demands of motherhood, choose to have home-based businesses and give up their corporate careers in order to make the most of their family lives. We honor these mompreneurs and the many others who find purpose both in being a mother and in growing their own businesses, for they truly symbolize the strength and essence of being a woman.
Here are the 10 most popular mompreneur features on the site:
A brainchild of Alison Grigg, Cast & Frame initially created life-sized molds of babies’ hands and feet and cast them into stone. What’s great about their business is that they make use of materials that are safe enough for babies’ hands and feet. They eventually offered belly casting to come up with a creative keepsake for preggy women.
Grigg is all about seizing the moment once you have what you feel is a unique business idea. “Just prepare well. Make sure you do your research so you are able to start your business with sufficient information. At the end of the day, what’s important is that you enjoy what you are doing.”
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It is every mother’s pride and joy to keep their child as beautiful as ever, while not compromising his safety. That's why we laud SP Mompreneurs who promote products that are gentle on baby’s delicate skin.
SP Mompreneur Marilou Go-Lim got to learn about the entrepreneurial potential of online businesses when she was bedridden due to a sensitive pregnancy. This prompted her to set up her own shop for moms. When her child was born, she had very irritable skin so she was in constant search for organic baby creams and lotions. As the business grew, she remained a stay-at-home mom and expanded her product line with baby swimwear, baby costumes, baby footwear, bags and more.
Lim is all about taking chances, and she urges other aspiring mompreneurs to not be afraid to take risks in order to succeed. “Start with small steps and gradually grow. Sell only the products that you can personally guarantee. Sell them because they are of good quality and because you know your customers will need them. Do not follow the fad and sell items only because they’re uso.”