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We teach solopreneurs about tax savings, audit proofing and profitizing their business.
Creative Calling Coaching
Rahti Gorfien helps creative entrepreneurs such as startups, performers, designers and writers who have focus problems, grab the focus of others and make more money.
Bklyn Custom Designs
Bklyn Custom Designs was founded in 2014 to provide online marketers with information on cutting edge technology such as content marketing. The site offers a range of informative emails, reports, and ebooks for the modern marketer.
ConsultingCrossroads.com is a leading micro-consulting marketplace providing private 1-click video conferencing and collaboration tools and custom online storefronts to small and solo consulting firms. It's fast, secure, easy and affordable.
The Corporate Agent
Harnessing her 15+ years of award-winning work with global corporations, Angelique Rewers, The Corporate Agent, uses her insider experience to teach entrepreneurs how to stop chasing cash-strapped clients and instead land lucrative corporate contracts.
Success for Solopreneurs
Teacher, Coach, Speaker and Small Biz Strategist - teaching small businesses & solopreneurs how to rediscover their expertise - name it, claim it and use it - through a strong online presence.
Think Big! Program
Think Big! Program is the leading provider of management tools and processes for the small business owner. Our business boot camp provides three specific results; growing revenue, increasing profitability and building a structure for growth.
Point A to Point B Transitions Inc.
Point A to Point B Transitions Inc. is a virtual provider of coaching services and info products to individuals out of professional services, financial services, or technology in job transition or looking to establish a successful services businesses.
Space4U Organizing services,llc
We start our businesses because we are passionate about what we do. Then, we realize how MUCH there is to do. So many hats. I work with solopreneurs on time, paper, emails -- so they can spend more time on the work they REALLY want to do.
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