Little Baby's Ice Cream, known for its eclectic flavors like Earl Grey Sriracha, spiked iced tea and sushi, went from $27,000 in revenue in 2011 to $1 million in 2018. CNBC's Jane Wells shares this Philadelphia-based company's success story.
Eighty-year-old entrepreneur Tom Boyd came out of retirement to start PooPrints, a business that analyzes the DNA in dog poop, so apartment managers can catch residents who aren't picking up after their dogs.
Ed Currie's "PuckerButt Peppers" can cause cramps similar to labor pains.
Military family Molly and Ted Fienning are two of the founders of Babiators, which are $20-$25 aviator sunglasses for children as young as newborns. Revenues in 2017 were nearly $5 million.
Moses Lam, 32, and Troy Paquette, 39, are partners in Vitality Air, a company which sells cans of Banff air around the world.
Matt Williams realized that in venue bathrooms, you need a shelf for your beer, and you have a captive audience for advertising.
The Platt family launched Sky Zone in 2002, hoping to start a new type of professional sport...on the trampoline. That didn't work, and in a desperate move to make money, the company stumbled onto a winning model: charging people to jump for fun.