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Too Sexy Charisma, charm, wit, success...maybe some people do have it all. Meet 11 of today's sexiest entrepreneurs.

By Michelle Prather

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We think we've skirted around the issue long enough. Everyone knows it's true, and yet we never talk about it-like it's taboo or something. Being from the generation in which nothing is taboo, however, we think it's time we got honest. There are some damn sexy entrepreneurs out there. So sexy, in fact, that we're writing about 11 of them right here in Start-Ups. Say hello to this year's sexiest entrepreneurs.

The 11 Sexy Entrepreneurs

Craig Nabat, 30
Eric C. Sorensen, 35
Rebecca Pflueger, 34
Omar Wasou, 29
Wendy Niad, 31
Cheryl M. Woodard, 29
Kimberly Williams, 33
Donna Childs, 33
Cho Phillips, 29
Carlo Terrano, 28 & Sean Francis, 28

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