Tell us about your entrepreneurial product or service.
Our goal with launching iSawYah was to create a product that truly empowered people to be more visible and find work opportunities. How many opportunities are missed because a prospective client or employer didn’t notice you? Or you didn’t notice them? iSawYah solves this problem by providing you with a resource that enables you to be more visible as you go about your daily life.
By setting up your Free iSawYah Profile Page and more importantly, ordering and displaying your own custom iSawYah button, you have taken a huge step to success by making yourself visible to the people around you, others in your community and any potential customers that might need your services.
The concept behind iSawYah is actually pretty simple.
You can actually be standing right next to someone that needs your skill, products or services, but how do they know who you are or what you do? Face it, people just do not go up to someone and introduce themselves to each person they come in contact with. And this is the value of iSawYah as our product does that for you. Your iSawYah Button makes you visible and approachable to others and you too can now feel comfortable approaching someone else who is also displaying their iSawYah button.
Display your iSawYah button badge proudly and often and let the people around you see what you can do for them. Don’t be invisible to potential clients that surround you every day. Direct them to view your free professional web page. It’s that easy.
What inspired you to launch your business idea?
Helping individuals find work.
What problem does your business or organization solve?
Overall Household Net Worth in the U.S. has decreased 40% since 2007.
12.8 Million Americans are Unemployed and an additional 8.1 Million are Underemployed. Tens of Millions are out of work and not even counted.
In 2012, finding a job is the equivalent to winning the lottery.
Online Job Search/Social Networking Solutions like LinkedIn, Monster, Branchout and others are increasing in membership numbers, but are ineffective for the masses.
Most people are skilled, yet remain invisible to potential employers and available work opportunities!
Millions of people who have skills, small businesses, make money with hobbies or work on the side do not have money to market or advertise for new customers.
What has been your biggest challenge as an entrepreneur and how are you working to overcome it?
Growing iSawYah through a grass-roots movement.
Give us one word that people might use to describe you.
How has Project Eve helped you and/or your business?
It has helped me grow as a person, wife and mother.
Give us an insider tip that relates to your industry or startup story.
Get Visible and Get Working!
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