Juggling a Startup and a Baby

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Getting a startup off the ground is just the beginning. Growing a business is the next step. In Season 2 of Project Grow, we talk to entrepreneurs at New York's In Good Company coworking space as they meet the challenges.

For better or for worse, women business owners are often more impacted by the birth of a child than their male counterparts. More high-profile female entrepreneurs, everyone from Send the Trend's Divya Gugnani to Rent the Runway's Jennifer Fleiss, are showing they can start a successful company -- and a family.

In this video, wedding dress designer Angela Broyles recounts how she was just getting her line, Winifred Bean, off the ground when she discovered she was pregnant. To juggle a startup and a newborn, she's brought on an unpaid marketing intern, become super-organized, and uses a "mother's helper" one day a week. Listen to how she's doing it, plus expert tips.

Project Grow:Season 2

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How to Stop Working 24/7

How to Negotiate. . . as a Business Owner

Project Grow: Season 1

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How to Deal With Copycats

How to Create Buzz on No Budget

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Hiring on a Shoestring
Can't Code? How to Find a Technical Co-Founder
Three Ways to Get a Niche Product into Retailers
Three Ways to Make Your App Stand Out
Three Ways to Pick the Best Software for Your Startup 

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