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Celebrating National Women's Small Business Month

October is National Women's Small Business Month.

As a female-owned business, we are proud to celebrate National Women's Small Business Month! It's not easy building a small business, but having a supportive community who understands the journey of a female entrepreneur can make all the difference. We are highlighting this community of inspirational women with advice for other women trying to start a business.

Advice by Female Entrepreneurs for Female Entrepreneurs

Veronica Swiatek

Massage Studio offers luxurious and affordable massage therapy in Tampa, Florida and St. Petersburg, Florida.

"It takes time, be patient and have confidence in yourself and your business."

Savannah Pagnozzi

Green Spoon Co. is a meal service on a mission to make plant-based eating simple and delicious.

"Think long-term, think big picture, and then start small. Focus on making little moves every day, and making choices that will push your business forward. Doing anything else is just doing yourself a disservice. One of my favorite quotes is by Bill Gates and states, 'most people overestimate what they can do in a year, and underestimate what they can do in ten."

Cheryl Engels

Island Life Pass-a-Grille has everything you need to put you in a coastal state of mind from sunglasses to sand-free beach towels.
Coastal Cottages by the Sea features quaint coastal cottage rentals in Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida and Bodega Bay, California.

"Owning a small business equates to weekly challenges. Meeting a challenge head on builds confidence and makes me look forward to the next one."

Marty Petty

The MPetty Group provides expertise in executive coaching, executive team development, and succession planning.

"Never lose your sense of humor and always try to take the high road."

Kelly Pyper

Pyper, Inc. celebrates ten years of crafting bold brands and developing result-oriented strategies.

"Be determined, rely on your smarts, and be fair to everyone."