How Are You Changing the World with Your Business? Tell Us and Be Entered to Win Free Phone Service from Grasshopper

The folks at Grasshopper.com created the video “Women Can Change the World” in honor of National Women’s Small Business month.

The video aims to not only inspire women entrepreneurs but to also honor the women who helped us get where we are today.

We hope this video fuels your passion to break through the glass ceiling and show future generations of women that we’re changing the world.

Contest Alert!

Now Grasshopper wants to know…how are YOU changing the world with your business?

How to enter:

One lucky winner chosen at random will receive free phone service from Grasshopper for six (6) months.

All you need to do is watch the video and then use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. It may look a little complicated, but don’t worry – it’s super easy. 🙂

In a nutshell

Watch the video and answer the question in the comments section below as a mandatory entry for the giveaway, and then get extra entries by following Grasshopper and/or The Mogul Mom on Twitter and/or liking Grasshopper or The Mogul Mom on Facebook.

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This giveaway ends on Wednesday, October 17 and the winner will be announced on Monday October 22. Good luck!

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Heather Allard is a mom of three kids + one big rescue dog. She's a wellness buff, an essential oil educator with dōTERRA, and a self-professed “entrepreneur to the core”.
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  1. Megan Pesce

    With some sailcloth, a sketchpad, and a few late nights, Megan Pesce & Kelly Brown combined their passions to create MK Coastal and to tell the Story of the Sail™. The reclaimed sailcloth home décor items are all handmade in the beautiful coastal town of Castine, Maine. Our one of a kind items include pillows, placemats, shower curtains, and more. MK Coastal provides an exclusive chance to own a piece of sailing history, while giving back to the sailing community. We have joined forces with US Sailing to donate a portion of our profits to the US Paralympic Sailing team as well as disabled sailing programs.

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  2. Susie Taylor

    Can a bib change the world? If it is made by a mom who holds high standards when it comes to manufacturing and makes a product that truly prevents ruined clothes for years. YES! http://www.bibbitec.com
    I am staying my course by building sustainable American made products in hopes that moms will take a chance and see why we have to demand quality for us and our children. I refuse to go overseas whenever I can stay in a neighborhood factory to support the women who run them..I refuse to take the road MOST traveled..that has made us complacent and accepting of less than..for no….
    My road is slow…it is hard..but it is true and my product and mission is bigger than a bib! I am changing the world one bib at a time. PS we really need your phone system..we are about to hit the tipping point..’

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