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I’m thrilled to have Danielle Tate from MissNowMrs.com on The Dating Advisory Board show. I’m looking forward to discussing simplifying new transitions in your life.

Danielle Tate is the founder and CEO of MissNowMrs.com, a multimillion-dollar online name-change company. The idea for MissNowMrs.com came as a direct result of her personal name change experience. After several trips to government offices and quite a few tears, Danielle and her husband decided that there should be a name change service that simplified the entire process for changing your name.

MissNowMrs.com Facts:

  • 300,000 customers in 2 countries

  • The service condenses the tedious 13 hour name-change form completion and filing process into 30 minutes for $30.

  • MissNowMrs gift cards are retailed at Target stores nationwide

Elegant Entrepreneur Facts:

  • Voted #1 Best Entrepreneurship Inspiring Book, #1 Personal Development Book for Entrepreneurs, and #1 Nonfiction Book for Women in their 20s on GoodReads!

  • Amazon Best Seller in Startup category

  • Written as a guide from idea to exit for women with ideas, not MBAs.

  • Includes advice and insights from over 25 prominent entrepreneurs and female founders, including: Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank, Jenny Fliess of Rent the Runway, Marsha Firestone of Women’s Presidents Organization, Amy Millman of Springboard Enterprises, Tim Chi of WeddingWire, and many others.

Interesting Articles About Danielle & Elegant Entrepreneur:

Read the Forbes article here

Read the Washington Post article here

As a female founder in her 20s, she noticed that few business guides offered step-by-step advice to smart but inexperienced entrepreneurial woman. This void inspired Danielle to author Elegant Entrepreneur: The Female Founders Guide to Starting & Growing Your First Company. Danielle is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, speaker, wife, mother, Pilates devotee, and the spokeswoman for Empowered Women International.

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