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After being shunned by investors and struggling to find their audience, a big-thinking partner helped guide these founders to viral success.
And she's launching a brand new social network to help other women thrive.
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Product used to be king, but in today's fast-moving, copycat-filled world of business, a strong identity can be the key to success.
The chef and entrepreneur won't settle for anything less than perfection -- which is why she spent two years developing a single cake recipe.
When Buffy set out to build a cozy, cooling, eco-friendly comforter, they encountered an unexpected problem in manufacturing -- and had to solve it by making the item less perfect.