Masters of their domains: 16 Netpreneurs worth watching
The dizzying speed with which new Internet companies pop up, get
buzz and go public is enough to make your head spin (and the stock
market soar). From a field of thousands, why did we pick these 11
companies to put on our pages? It's not necessarily fame or
fortune but simply our sense that these businesses - which sell
everything from software to security, from flowers to Fords - show
the spectrum of possibilities open to any Internet entrepreneur
ready to think fast and move faster.
Name/Age: Aliza Sherman, 31
Company/Description: Cybergrrl Inc. publishes women-oriented Web sites and provides marketing consulting to corporations and nonprofit organizations.
Based: New York City
1998 Sales: $1 million
1999 Projections: $1 million-plus
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