Kim Kardashian (now Kardashian West after her marriage to hip-hop icon Kanye West) has embarked on many successful business ventures during the course of her career.

From reality TV to fashion and even an app, Kardashian West has achieved a considerable amount of success, solidifying herself as a global icon.

Here are just some of her most successful business ventures.

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The Show

"Keeping up with the Kardashians" is the television reality show on E! that transported the family into millions of Americans' homes. It first aired on October 14, 2007.

Currently, the show is in its thirteenth season, which premiered on March 12.

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Kardashian West in 2009 was one of the founders of ShoeDazzle, a fashion subscription service based in El Segundo, Calif. The company unveils a selection of shoes, handbags, jewelry each month and gives its members a showroom based on their selected fashion preferences.

ShoeDazzle costs $39.95 per month.

In August 2013, ShoeDazzle merged with rival online fashion service JustFab. The two companies continue to operate independently as separate brands.

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DASH is the boutique clothing and accessory store founded in 2006 by the Kardashian sisters Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé.

The website features personalized collections from all three Kardashian sisters, complete with a blog to keep fans of the shop and their fashion line abreast of the latest collections.

In 2016, DASH characterized itself as "one-stop contemporary women's boutique set to inspire the mindset of the confident, captivating, and charismatic women of today with an immaculate eye for fashion and style."

Currently, DASH has two locations in West Hollywood and Miami Beach.

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The App

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is the app from the reality TV star giving users the chance to realize their dreams of becoming a celebrity.

The app has proved wildly successful for Kardashian West, earning over $1.6 million in its first five days released on iOS and Android in 2014.

The app generates about $56,352 in daily revenue and 11,184 daily downloads, according to Think Gaming.

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Kim's makeup line, KKW Beauty, proved so wildly successful when it launched in June that just after 20 minutes, the "light" and "medium" shades of the collection were all sold out.

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