Alex Wang's Carapace Wetsuits creates handcrafted, custom-fit wetsuits from high quality materials, utilizing some extraordinary technology. Check out Carapace's Kickstarter campaign, and read our interview with Alex.
REWEAR NYC is a socially and environmentally responsible company that makes baby carriers and other baby/mom related products from recycled jeans. Each product is unique and made with love in NYC!...read more
Ben Meyer wants to end food coma as we know it. Ben's company sells a caffeinated chili condiment, aptly called "DoubleKick". An awesome marketer, Ben got Mario Batali to swig the sauce live on ABC's The Chew....read more
In August 2010, Aarti Sequeira competed on and won Season 6 of Food Network's number-one series, Food Network Star, landing the ultimate dream culinary job: her very own Food Network show! Born in Bombay, India, and raised in Dubai, Aarti has a fascinating story!...read more
Once upon a time, men of power, ingenuity and influence wore mustaches. Albert Einstein. Walter Cronkite. Burt Reynolds. More than just a hairy growth on the upper lip, it signified a creative flair and a bold spirit that stood apart from the common, clean-shaven man....read more
Bridget Hilton is the founder of LSTN and Jack's Soap. For every pair of wooden headphones she sells, her company gives the gift of hearing to a child in a deaf school. After a decade in the music industry, Bridget takes the ultimate pleasure in giving kids the ability to hear it for the first time....read more
Music lawyer, Dina LaPolt, represents some of the best known recording artists in the world. Prior to becoming an attorney, she was a musician, talent buyer/concert promoter, a booking agent, and a personal manager; all of which have allowed her to bring a unique insight to the practice of law....read more
Stephanie Ly is the ultimate social entrepreneur. Her company, Emprofit, is a social business creating economic opportunities in resource-poor settings. Emprofit employs vulnerable Haitians in a commission-based, door-to-door sales team. Profits are recycled into Emprofit to scale up and provide employee benefits....read more
Danai Gurira is about to become best known as Michonne on The Walking Dead, but she's an established playright with a phenomenal story. Danai was born in the U.S. to Zimbabwean parents and raised in Zimbabwe. She lives in New York City....read more
In just five years, Rory Beca has taken a small brand known for tops and dresses to a full collection sold at over 250 boutiques, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and now online at rorybeca.com.
In 1990, at age 19, Hopeless Records founder Louis Posen was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa. On a dare from punk band Guttermouth, Posen bought a book, “How to Run an Independent Record Label,” and launched Hopeless Records with $1,000, no distribution and no business plan....read more
Lisa Lillien is the founder, CEO and force of nature behind "Hungry Girl". She's the star of her own show on the Food Network. and the Cooking Channel. In addition to daily emails, there are 6 Hungry Girl books -- and 7 more on the way. I interviewed Lisa while she was flying back from her recent appearance on Good Morning America....read more
Romy Taormina is the CEO, Co-Founder and Nausea Relief Chief of Psi Health Solutions, Inc., the maker of Psi Bands – an Oprah pick. Psi Bands, acupressure wrist bands for the relief of nausea, are sold nationally at more than 6,000 retail locations in the U.S. She is a 2012 Enterprising Women Awardee and a 2011 Huggies MomInspired Awardee....read more
Jeffrey Saad was the first runner up on season five of The Next Food Network Star. He is the star of United Tastes of America on The Cooking Channel, and his new book, Jeffrey Saad’s Global Kitchen, Recipes Without Borders comes out March 20, 2012....read more
Erica Tucker, owner of Sweet E’s, took matters into her own hands after moving to Los Angeles. The baker extraordinaire perfected her recipes, built a website to serve as her storefront, and relentlessly emailed Daily Candy until she was answered....read more
Dr. Maoshing Ni (pictured on the right) and his brother, Dr. Daoshing Ni are the founders of Tao of Wellness, and heirs to an unbroken chain of 74 generations of masters dating back to the Han Dynasty....read more
Peter Garland, restaurateur and owner of Porta Via, knows everyone’s name. His guests like him, and Peter knows their preferences. This, amongst a host of reasons, explains why during an economic low point, Peter is expanding....read more
Henry W. Root is a partner in the law firm of Lapidus, Root, Franklin & Sacharow, LLP. He has over 25 years of legal and business affairs experience in the music and television industries. He began his legal career at MCA Records, Inc....read more
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