Business Idea Trends
News and Articles About Business Idea Trends
Industries that perform well in the midst of economic uncertainty do just fine in good times, too.
Often entrepreneurs think they need to completely disrupt an industry to land success. This couldn't be further from the truth.
Dell's Entrepreneur in Residence Ingrid Vanderveldt offers her view of trends that are going to take the main stage in 2014.
Over the past year, the strengthening housing market has been helping small companies grow -- and fast.
Dream Arcades is the largest manufacturer of non-coin-operated arcade machines in the world. Last year the company broke $1 million in sales."Nostalgia sells," says co-founder Michael Ware.
Following trends can be dangerous, but if your business idea is ahead of the curve, you can expect success.
Ask the right questions and be prepared and you'll avoid screwing up on a pitch that's big for your business.
Reaching customers even when ecommerce can't, these vending machines dispense unexpected items, where and when customers need them.
FieldCandy tents have offbeat graphics such as a block of cheese, leopard print and bubble wrap.
How a First-Time Entrepreneur's Kickstarter Project Landed on Toys 'R' Us Shelves in Less Than a Year
Industry insiders laughed at the engineering toy for girls, but its inventor was determined to change the landscape of the 'pink aisle.' Entrepreneur Debbie Sterling shares how she transformed her idea into a million-dollar company.
In his new book, business professor Daniel Isenberg says if people think you're crazy, you're onto something.
Looking for your next business idea? Check out these five fields oozing with potential.
Several fitness startups are hoping to grab a slice of the boutique cycling craze.
Fertile Ground for Startups: 10 Sectors of the $207 Billion Cyber-Security Industry Poised to Take Off
As businesses move their data processing to the cloud, cyber-security is becoming an increasingly prevalent and mission-critical problem.
Chris Anderson left one of the most prominent posts in tech media to become CEO of 3D Robotics, a company that helps hackers and engineers build do-it-yourself drones. Last fall he locked up a $5 million funding round.
How the additive manufacturing trend could help you grow your business.
Here is a rundown of industries expected to have plenty of room to grow in 2013.
The health and wellness sector is growing, the famous entrepreneur explains why you should get on board.
With 2012 very nearly in the rearview mirror, check out this list of what you are going to hear about, talk about and spend your money on in 2013.
Three-dimensional printing technology is helping treps start and run dynamic new businesses.
As more average folks and celebrities alike find reasons to go gluten-free, more business owners are reaping the rewards of this once niche market.
In creating a business plan, many entrepreneurs forget to bring along their roadmaps for how they'll accomplish goals. Here are a few can't-miss sights.
Here are three ways startups can tailor product offerings for growth industries.
How some entrepreneurs are drawing from the distant past to put a successful new spin on old ideas.