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How a Fiber Artist Keeps It Together with Weave

Jamie Chan may be the busiest person you don’t know. She and her husband, Blas Herrera, run several arts-and-crafts- related businesses in San Francisco. She makes her own line of …

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How Weave Helps One Artist Price Her Products

“I’m a better mom now. I’m less grumpy,” says Valerie Asbury, reflecting on her decision give up a career in graphic design to strike out on her own as a …


Thanks to GoPayment, Fashion Designer Earns More Design Time

Fashion designer Sheri Falk says she would rather direct her energy toward conceptualizing new designs and helping clients than handling the bookkeeping tasks required to run her small business. So …


Running a Charitable Business with GoPayment

When Sandy Pearson was searching for a name for her handmade-headbands company in 2010, she turned to the blogosphere for ideas. The result? B.I.C. Bands, short for Because I Can …


How Weave Simplifies Life for a Multitalented Crafter

Even Howard is a San Francisco-based crafter of crochet jewelry and the founder of Nadene, an shop that she’s operated since 2006 (which makes her the earliest active member …

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How a Vintage Clothing Reseller Uses Weave as a “Tiny Personal Assistant”

Jillian Knox faced a big challenge: It was 2009. She was about to graduate from Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, Georgia, had no job, and needed money. …


How GoPayment Helps a Magnet Crafter Attract More Customers

Erinn Soule founded Heart & Soule Designs last year after her love for creating custom gifts, from clay caricatures to jewelry, helped her raise money for the American Cancer Society. …

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How a Hula-Hooping Entrepreneur Uses Intuit GoPayment to Boost Sales

Loving the entrepreneurial life is often a matter of making money from your passion. As owner of Rock-a-hoola Hoops, Angel Rutsch has done just that. The Intuit Small Business Blog …

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Artisan Chocolate Maker Sweetens Profits by Using QuickBooks

Running a chocolate company can be a truly sweet gig, but the competition is fierce. So when Sarah Endline launched Sweetriot in 2005, she decided to differentiate her business by making …


How Weave Helps an Artist Manage Her Business

Artist Maggie Hurley finds a way to capture the “whimsy and whatnot” of everyday life in a way that resonates with people. She sells her paintings, portraits, and illustrations at …

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Making a Business out of Dressing for Success

“Most people think personal styling is for celebrities and debutantes. Our mission is to provide affordable styling that helps clients improve their confidence with flattering new looks,” says Corinne Phipps, founder …

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Beauty Business Combines Fashion and Feminism

“Just because I like the latest nail polish or celebrity hairstyle, doesn’t mean I’m not smart,” says Alexis Wolfer (pictured), founder and editor-in-chief of the Beauty Bean, a hip, lively online magazine …

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13 Essential iPhone and iPad Apps for Running a Startup

As the size of Apple’s App Store grows, the company is getting more creative with how it highlights newcomers and noteworthy apps by putting together “collections” that make it easier …

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4 Downsides of Not Using Accounting Software

Small businesses have an array of accounting software applications to choose from when first starting up. Programs like QuickBooks track financial transactions, generate invoices, and print out reports. Yet some …

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Understanding QuickBooks Accounting and the Cloud

Curious about what cloud computing brings to the world of accounting and financial management? Stacy Kildal, owner of Kildal Services and an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, recently sat down with …

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