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Lessons from a Compulsive Entrepreneur
Like the start of most small businesses, Tweezerman was a one-man show. Founder Dal LaMagna did all the selling, inventory management, bookkeeping, shipping, and deliveries himself...
Six Entrepreneurial Lessons Learned from Failing
Before Dal LaMagna, founder of Tweezerman, was a success, he was a serial failure -- and it took many business flops before he got it right. Here are six lessons he learned the hard way...
About Dal Through a Publicist's Eye
A self-described “compulsive capitalist,” he founded Tweezerman, the beauty tool manufacturer that grew into a multinational, socially responsible brand...
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