Taking the DIY market trend and linking it to our own personal experiences in both the DIY and cancer communities, we thought through ways to help cope with the struggles in and around our lives. Our Company uses a blogging platform to create a cross-section between the DIY community and the cancer community. We offer a place to be inspired by blog projects, take online building classes, purchase handcrafted decor items, download project design plans, and build relationships between communities.
Tell us about the entrepreneurial milestones you accomplished?
Having only recently launched our site and making utilitarian improvements daily, we are most proud of our advertising relationships that we have built. We've been approved as official advertising partners with Goggle, Home Depot, and Amazon -- huge milestones in a very short period of time.
What type of entrepreneur are you?
Social Good - social enterprise or nonprofit focus
What CT entrepreneur ecosystem resources have helped you succeed?
The University of Hartford Barney School of Business has been incredibly instrumental in our ability to put out a quality product that has a realistic and sustainable future. We couldn't be more grateful to the professors and alumni, and feedback from classmates along the way. Thank you!
Meg Decker is a remarkable person. She is not only the Head Coach of the Women's Lacrosse team at the University of Hartford, but has also started a new entrepreneurial effort. Chemo Carpenter is focused on helping individuals engaging/recovering from cancer treatment by establishing a community-based support system that involves both hands-on activities such as DYI projects and an online community to educate and further strengthen the support system available to loved ones.