Baby’s on Broadway named as SBA’s Minnesota Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year

27 Apr 2023

Awards and Recognition, Business, News, Economic Development, Community

The U.S. Small Business Administration has named Adelle Starin, owner of Baby’s on Broadway, LLC, as the 2023 SBA Minnesota District Office Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year. In recognition of National Small Business Week, SBA’s Minnesota District will recognize its 2023 state winners at local events in the weeks ahead.

“Women-owned businesses like Baby’s On Broadway are providing good jobs, customized products and services, while supporting their communities in so many ways,” said Brian McDonald, SBA Minnesota District director. “We are thrilled to be able to recognize Ms. Adelle Starin’s achievements in starting and growing this impressive small business in part by using SBA programs and services.”

Since the day she found out she was pregnant, Starin became obsessed with all things mothering and it became immediately apparent to her that there was a lack of product availability for new mothers in Central Minnesota. Being a busy working mother, she was searching for solutions to make her life as easy as possible, she spent countless hours researching, finding ways to touch, feel and review the products along with buying things that were simply not effective. She realized that there was a need for connection and community among parents and caregivers.

In 2013, she took a leap of faith and Baby’s on Broadway was born. Baby’s on Broadway is a specialty baby boutique in historic downtown Little Falls and now also historic downtown St. Cloud. They carry everything parents will need to welcome home their new bundle of joy.

Starin loves sharing her passion for parenting and baby-related products, helping parents design and find the picture-perfect nursery, all at competitive prices.

Starin has become a certified passenger safety technician and certified lactation counselor to ensure only the best advice is given under her care.

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