News and Articles About Product Ideas
Four tips to help you foster innovative product development.
Looking for your next business idea? Check out these five fields oozing with potential.
Slice aims to make everyday items both nicer to look at and easier to use.
Read our guide to figuring out what you should be charging for your products and services.
With so many brands to choose from, customers often want to go with what they know. Here are five ways to make your product do its own marketing.
Here's a look at five ways 3-D printing is refashioning product manufacturing, from housewares to shoes and even fine art.
Filing a patent isn't enough to protect your idea. It's important to consider how competitors might find a way around your patent and take action in advance. Here's how.
The founder of the online product showcase Grommet explains how to become an Internet sensation.
See some of the innovative products that are made in the U.S.
Color can have a huge emotional impact on customers, but that doesn't mean you need to change your product line to follow trends. Here are the elements of color theory you should consider.
The more elegant and straightforward your product design, the easier it will be for you to attract customers. Here are three ways to streamline the way your product looks.
How you can harness your best business ideas and bring them to life.
Not all ideas make it to market -- no matter how great they seem. How to tell if your idea has legs? Here are five key qualities every good concept should have.
Author Jonah Berger shares insights from his new book about how ideas and products become contagious.
Apple will start making some Macs in America in 2013, the latest in a wave of companies stepping up support of the red, white, and blue. Here's how to make the most of manufacturing in the U.S.A.
Fourteen-year-old entrepreneur Carter Kostler is hoping his fruit-infused water bottle will be his ticket to entrepreneurial success.
Expert advice for finding a product distributor: listen to your customers.
Sometimes the product itself is the marketing. In those rare cases, businesses can thrive without organized marketing.
Kodak and Hostess may have landed in bankruptcy court, but you can avoid their fate. Here are four tips.
Founder of the crowd-sourced product development company shares the items from everyday inventors that have become so popular -- and biggest winners to date.
Quirky founder Ben Kaufman describes what the iPod and Snuggie blankets have in common. Here's a hint: They both solve consumers' everyday problems. Doing so, says Kaufman, is the key to making a killer product.
A new reality TV series starring Ben Kaufman and his product development firm Quirky is debuting tonight.
How can crowdsourcing work for your business? A look at some online resources that stand out from the crowd.
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