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Startup Corner: Jaime Jay, Bottleneck Virtual Assistants LLC

The company offers "a six-step hiring formula that helps business leaders understand what the hiring process entails."

Jill Phillips says she started her "business coaching company to implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System."

The VR company provides training where "employees can safely learn on-the-job skills in a simulated environment."

Beckie Collins wanted to "create a cleaner, more ecofriendly, beautiful scented candle that was safe for anyone with sensitive sinus issues to enjoy."

The Moving Co. has "a few key pillars that support our ability to provide unique, tailored moving and relocation solutions."

The speaker and coach helps "people reach new levels of success through practical personal development."

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The company's app "connects parents to available and trusted sitters in their area through their social network."

The startup's "website provides community resource information at the click of a button."

She teaches "aspiring virtual assistants how to launch their business from scratch using my signature online virtual assistant training program."

"The purpose of creating GrassRoots Love is to employ the homeless and give them gainful employment," says Larry Flenoid.

The operators of a pop-up concept plan a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Farmers Park.

Seth England says his field note journals, wallets and mason mugs are "something that nearly every person can relate to and see themselves using."

The organization works to help single moms with resources and immediate needs.

The nonprofit provides new shoes to local schoolchildren.

Ethan Bryan is playing catch every day during 2018, a journey that caught the eye of MLB.com and others.

The company provides production services for podcasting.

The company's brand is designed "for those who primarily recreate or have goal-driven outdoor adventures on the weekends."

Elisa Kruger shifts from sales to the arts.

Ashley Tate has a goal of bringing "customers the nostalgia of great old-fashioned tastes with family and friends but with modern convenience and flair."

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