News and Articles About Business Ideas
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Follow these four steps to know when you should go with your intuition and when you should take a more facts-based approach.
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.
So many of today's most successful innovations were started by young entrepreneurs -- from Facebook to Google to Microsoft. Did you miss your innovation window?
In starting up, founders often set their sights too high. Here's why you should start a $1,000 business instead.
Stop getting distracted. Ask yourself these questions to maintain your focus and become more productive.
Give up too soon on your idea and of course it will be destined for failure. Here are four essential tenets of inventing and product development that will keep you on track to succeed.
Unpakt takes part of the pain out of moving by allowing customers to compare moving company prices online.
With traditional advertising revenue shrinking, TBD of Bend, Ore., diversifies its branding business by selling craft beers.
Technology and changing priorities have created fields of study that didn't exist in decades past.
Stemming from the nation's current obsession with kale are some important lessons for business owners about how to latch onto trends.
Innovators continually generate new ideas through a more continuous and dynamic process, here's how you can too.
Michigan State University students created TempoRun, an app that helps users run at their ideal pace by categorizing the music in their libraries from walking to 10 sprinting.
Ask the right questions and make the right choices and your mobile app could be an integral part of your growth strategy.
Cleveland's Perfect Proposal transforms proposals into events rivalling the wedding itself.
Before pumping every last dime and ounce of sweat into launching your business idea, test it out with these four strategies.
Following trends can be dangerous, but if your business idea is ahead of the curve, you can expect success.
Epic entrepreneurs Richard Branson, Mark Cuban and Elon Musk started young and started up often.
Shradha Agarwal and Rishi Shah saw an untapped opportunity to bring video segments with tips on diet and exercise to patients in doctor office waiting rooms.
The Melman siblings opened several bars and restaurants to revitalize their father's 42-year-old hospitality company Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises to appeal to younger clientele.
Virool gives businesses a self-serve, social video advertising platform to help get the kind of exposure that only a viral hit can bring.
Darian Shirazi turned down a $35 million acquisition offer from Google, and leveraged his massive local database to provide real-time information for sales teams targeting the U.S. small-business market.
Once you have a business idea, it's time to get to the real work of getting it off the ground and running. Here are three ways to get started.
It's often the case that necessity is the mother of invention. That's how a one-time management consultant grew a business-networking company from an urgent need to generate sales after his biggest client went under.
There are other more productive ways to come up with business ideas. Here are five effective alternatives.
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