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6 Businesses That Need to Be Launched Right Now

We asked entrepreneurs the one idea they wish someone would create to help their company.

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Michele Marconi

Entrepreneurs always need more -- more help, more time, more insight. So we asked: What's the one product you wish someone would create to help your business? Now maybe someone (you?) will make it.

1. Email 911

"Spending too much time on your email is toxic, but we all do it. The joke is that "achieved inbox zero' could be carved on someone's tombstone, and it hits a little close to home. Rather than trying to banish email, though, or hoping to replace it with some other tool, I wish someone would simply build a smarter inbox -- one that ingests emails and the important stuff in them, organizes conversations and marries them to projects, chats, files, to-dos and events in an intelligent way."
-- Greg Cohn, co-founder and CEO, Burner

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