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So Kelly did what most moms would do: find a way to help.
Kurtz uses a freemium business model, so he makes money if members choose to upgrade from the free basic membership.
"We calculate the percentage of free members who choose to upgrade," Kurtz says.
"And as long as our average cost per site visitor stays below our average revenue per visitor, we're in good shape." Kurtz and his wife Claire, also an entrepreneur, live in Atlanta with their two cats.
In 2014 Richard launched a You Tube channel mashing up his passion for entrepreneurship and cars.
The original concept of interviewing entrepreneurs in their success rides, and share their stories of trials and tribulations that led them to excellence.
"Relationships can develop more naturally," adds Dan Wright, a 30-something entrepreneur who attends a similar meetup in Orlando, Fla."It's a lot less stressful -- you're not on a date with anyone." Facebook also has pages devoted to single entrepreneurs, including one called -- simply -- Single Entrepreneurs.