Baby Steps: How to Get Your Baby Business Up and Running

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Xlibris Corporation, May 30, 2005 - Business & Economics - 44 pages
Susan Matthews Brown realized her life long dream of become an entrepreneur when she invented Boppy for her daughter Alistair. Boppy is the country's leading support pillow for babies and moms. It has been voted "the most important baby product a mom can buy" by the readers of American Baby. Ms. Brown, a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and Columbia Business School, shares her ideas on growing a small baby business from the invention of the product through its launch and first years. Her practical information helps moms to get their own products out of their nurseries and into the marketplace.

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Susan W. Brown, PH.D.: Currently is Principal Investigator/Project Director for several grants, including the Southern New Mexico Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy, in the College of Education at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM. Her research focus is science education and the under-representation of minority students and females in the fields of science, math, and engineering, and the grants reflect this focus. Besides the grant work, she teaches early childhood and elementary science methods at New Mexico State University, as well as work with NASA as an Aerospace Education Specialist. Throughout her teaching and research career she has earned numerous awards such as the 2004 New Mexico State University Outstanding Research, Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, the Disney/McDonald Award, Who's Who Among America's Teachers, and special recognition from the New Mexico legislature. She is nationally board certified and has facilitated many educator's workshops, presented and published nationally and internationally.

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