Open innovation is flourishing because creative people want to work for themselves. It's as simple as that.
The head of a company that hooks up inventors with the popular shopping channel dishes on how inventors can show off their products to millions.
As carbon dioxide is burned to fuel our lives, a percentage of that carbon ends up in the world's oceans. The first step in fixing the problem is being able to accurately measure it. That's what Sunburst Sensors is doing.
New York artist Rachel Goldsmith launched her professional career working with water-based and permanent inks but her recent work with the 3Doodler pen has opened up new horizons for her.
3D Systems today unveiled a new support filament that dissolves in water as opposed to chemicals.
An entrepreneur tried to bring his product to market numerous times, and finally had the breakthrough he needed.
The Solar Impulse 2 is currently in flight from Nagoya, Japan, to Hawaii.
Bringing your goods to a Maker Faire will grant you a creative audience that will test your designs. This worked wonders for the creator of a rubber band shotgun.
Its home automation spinoff, Wink, may also see additional investment in a separate round, CEO Ben Kaufman says.
Grow Your Business
Constantly pushing your service or product can get tiring. Instead, be smart and find another way.
Jay Silver's first Makey Makey invention kit raised more than half a million dollars on Kickstarter. His second kit, called the Makey Makey GO, has raised more than $120,000 so far.
You have no excuse not to get started.
When you invent with the market in mind, you set yourself up for success.
A simple thing I came up with while doing something I love continued to sell for a decade.
© 2017 Entrepreneur Media, Inc.