When the pandemic hit, many people finally decided to act on business ideas that had been percolating for months or years. Some were looking to keep busy while stuck at home during lockdowns; others were laid off and needed to create their own jobs. U.S. business formations increased by nearly 42% in 2020, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Tiffany Williams, founder of Rich Girl Collective—whose story you read about in Forbes in January 2020—saw an opportunity help. She launched her business to teach women how to start online businesses that have the potential to replace their full-time income, so they can leave the nine-to-five. “A lot of people were home. They realized,
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