Doe Deere And The Lime Crime Color Revolution

Doe Deere, creator and CEO of the vibrant and daring cosmetic line, Lime Crime talked about her formula for success. In an interview, Deere explained the philosophy that led to her being named as one of the “Top Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs” by Self-Made Magazine.

Deere described herself as an “artistic, imaginative kid,” who was “hardcore into color,” experimenting with pencils and paints before moving onto makeup. At the age of nine, she began including her friends in her exploration of color. Deere admits she was “actually pretty bad at makeup,” until she reached her 20’s. Deere, driven by her passion for color and desire to create new ways for women to express themselves, continued to experiment.

After discovering theatrical makeup, Deere started breaking traditional cosmetic boundaries. She describes makeup as being “the journey of discovery and experimentation.” Deere continued with her experimentation, pushing cosmetic borderlines and gaining a large online following in the process.

In 2008, Deere decided it was time to get serious and moved Lime Crime into a bigger market. Deere had created the name in 2004 when she began selling on eBay. Deere admits she would have chosen another name if she knew how successful her line would become. However, the name, like the company has grown significantly. Deere states the name “stands for color revolution,” and makes it easy to search for online.

Deere values the advantages to being an internet-based company. She welcomes the instant feedback from her customers, recognizing it as a tool to help the company mature and develop. Deere states, “it’s all part of the entrepreneurial journey.”

Deere stated it was “pretty surreal” to find herself on the cover of Self-Made Magazine, along with Suze Orman and Arianna Huffington. She credits her success to loving what she does and hopes her passion will inspire other women to begin their own entrepreneurial journeys.  Be sure to check out Lime Crime for yourself too on websites like Urban Outfitters.

How Mike Baur is Helping Startups

Mike Baur is a Swiss entrepreneur with extensive experience and expertise in the banking industry. He has worked in the banking sector for around 20 years, and this has inevitably led his becoming one of the well-known entrepreneurs. While working in the banking industry, Mike Baur spearheaded several developments in various banks that enabled to grow and build their strong client base. He left the banking sector and ventured into the world of developing start-ups. His exit from the banking industry led to him co-founding Swiss Startup Factory with Max Meister and Oliver Walzer. This was in the year 2014. The factory as successfully made a name for itself in the world of start-ups.

The company was established with the sole purpose of developing young companies. It helps start-ups achieve their goals and objectives. The factory brings together managers and owners of start-ups to share and exchange business ideas. To build start-ups, the company has developed a three-month program. The program takes place in three stages and involves the offering of office equipment, mentorship from well-established entrepreneurs and financial services such as loans and financial management. As part of this program, the factory ensures that it partners with like-minded individuals.

It partners with companies and entrepreneurs who are willing to help start-up companies. Some of these businesses and mentors Goldbach Group, Y&R Group Switzerland, the CEO of Blueglass Raphael Bienz and the chief executive officer of PhytoNet, Dr. Cem Aydogan. These institutions and individuals have offered immense help to start-ups and have worked with them even after stabilizing and growing. Baur, recently partnered with CTI Invest through the factory. This partnership will help steer the company into expanding its services. He was made the deputy managing director of CTI Invest. Through this, start-ups will access coaching from these top entrepreneurs and also financial management services.

The factory will offer young entrepreneurs an opportunity to interact with the very best there are in the field and in the end they will be in a position to build themselves as successful entrepreneurs. The offers one a deep insight into the factory and what it offers. The website also offers one a quick look into the career life of its founders. Through Mindcast Episode Baur offers entrepreneurs business tips to ensure that their start-ups grow and develop to be successful. It is based on an interview that was conducted early in the year. Swiss Startup Factory is an excellent avenue and platform for developing any startup.

The Incomparable Crystal Hunt

Meet the cute little 2 year old pageant contestant from Clearwater, Florida. Even then you could tell she was a star. You have to wonder, does she rent shelf space for all her achievements? A beauty out the gate, she’s impressed our minds with such memorable characters as Lizzie Spaulding and Stacy Morasco. And you can’t forget where she shined in The Derby Stallion alongside Zac Efron. And we are not going to embarrass her with Magic Mike XXL. Hi Lauren.

Crystal Hunt was born a star. And the mannish Lizzie Spaulding was bound to make that happen. Lizzie was just the tip of the iceberg after doing commercials. Crystal would prove she had staying power. At an age where most fourteen year old kids are in school, hanging out with friends, and doing things regular kids do, Crystal was fine tuning her acting chops and making a name for herself. Even at a young age she had that drive and desire, that sparkle in her eyes that light up a room. She is infectious, and it shows in every role she takes on. And as she gets older, and more beautiful, there is no denying her star appeal. She is by her own right, a star with undeniable appeal.

The way she graces across the screen is pure magic. If you haven’t seen her latest project, Queen of Drama, you should. With such episodes as “I don’t do ugly”, “People should keep their opinions to themselves”, “Those little devils”, “Dealing with sociopath”, and so on. With thousands of fans, Crystal isn’t going away. You can also find this 5’4’ beauty on Crystal Hunt TV.  What people don’t know about Crystal, she is a licensed boater, she loves Starbucks coffee, Roxy is her real dog, and she had to audition five times to get the role of Lizzie before being contracted in 2004.  Be sure to check out her official website, and Crystal can also be found on social media.