Looking Back and Looking Forward to 2018

Looking Back and Looking Forward to 2018

I figured today would be the perfect time to publish this one. A few weeks ago, I reached out to many creatives on my personal Instagram account and asked a few questions. The caption read: this year of growth is almost over. Did you accomplish your 2017 goals? Have you started planning for 2018? What advice would you give to someone interested in joining the same niche as you? I received great responses and more than I thought I would. 2018 is off to a great start. Continue reading below. Creator of ilCornerStop Mariah Henderson "I didn’t do everything I...Read More
Es1: Money Mentor for the Artist Entrepreneur: Katherine Pomerantz

Es1: Money Mentor for the Artist Entrepreneur: Katherine Pomerantz

Fioreme's first interviewee of its Entrepreneur Series is Colorado native, Katherine Pomerantz. Katherine is the face and name behind the Bookkeeping Artist, a blog and bookkeeping firm that helps artistic entrepreneurs find freedom and profit by changing the way they think and feel about money. Katherine was never a starving artist, although she was a theatrical director and performer for many years. One day, Katherine realized that her own struggles with money were merely a symptom of a greater bad money mindset permeating the creative community. She now champions artistry in business and combats money monsters at www.bookkeepingartist.com. Katherine's tagline...Read More
Chelsey Cordero: Cricket Lane Studio

Chelsey Cordero: Cricket Lane Studio

It’s Cricket Lane Studio's anniversary month, and Fioreme is honoring business owner Chelsey Cordero. Chelsey is a graduate of Drexel University for Fashion Design and currently works in the fashion business doing technical design. "It’s kind of like being an engineer for clothing, it's fun," said Chelsey. Chelsey started her print business about three years ago. She was recently featured on Huffington Post for one her mugs that relates to Planned Parenthood. Chelsey said that has been one of her best Cricket Lane Studio moments so far. "That was such a shock and probably one of the coolest moments so...Read More
Danae Brown: Going Out On A Limb

Danae Brown: Going Out On A Limb

Owner of Out On A Limb Wood Products, Danae Brown is looking to turn her wood making business into a full-time job that she loves. Danae has been married for three years and currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her and her husband both enjoy creating and working with wood and that is what put them into business. Out On A Limb focuses on wood burning and wood working. Their products are mostly home décor. Danae makes items such as signs, kitchen decorations, coasters and magnets. Danae works as a full-time teacher for students with severe disabilities, but she is also...Read More
Brunch Offers Advice On Women Tackling Business

Brunch Offers Advice On Women Tackling Business

Studies show that many startup businesses began to fail within three to five years because they sometimes do not have the essential information needed to grow and keep running. LaToya Lee, CEO and founder of Precision Grant Writing and Consulting, held her first Women in Business Brunch in the Mississippi Delta. The purpose of the Women in Business Brunch was to provide information to individuals who are already in business or individuals who are interested in becoming an entrepreneur. During the brunch, Lee brought together speakers and panelists to share their success stories about being entrepreneurs and to provide tips...Read More
B.O.S.S Lady Pam Chatman

B.O.S.S Lady Pam Chatman

Many know her as The Oprah of the South, TV Diva and the Boss Lady but one of her main goals in life has been to empower young girls and women all over the world. "I took those names as a compliment, people look at me as a woman who is in leadership, and so my platform has always been to empower young girls and women to live their dream," said Pam Chatman, who will soon be inducted to the Congressional Records of History. Chatman was reared in Shaw, Mississippi by her grandmother Marie Fly, and while growing up her...Read More