Product Ideas: Page 2
Whether you're running a business or just in the research and development phase, adjusting your strategic scope to focus on PMMF (Product-Market-Model Fit) will help you service the right market and delight your customers.
Don't allow your misconceptions and fear to keep you from filing a patent application. Consider these three tips.
I've Interviewed More Than 200 Product-Based Entrepreneurs. Here Are 5 Things the Successful Ones Have in Common
Want long-term success for your product-based business? These are the five primary principles you need.
Competition is mounting, so don't waste time and money solving non-existent problems.
Turning a concept into a marketable product is complex and multifaceted.
Develop the ability to identify areas that are ripe for disruption.
The trade show industry hasn't fully recovered yet, but that's not a problem -- it's actually an opportunity.
These simple fundamentals will help you find products that sell.
Once you've distilled your idea, you must clearly express it. Here's how.
Catering to the customers' taste and preferences is what will help brands enhance their business and come out on top in the market in 2020
Should you continue to invest in your product or service, or move on to the next?
Whether you're developing a disruptive new product in a young startup or driving a well-established large scale firm, having a product-first mindset is crucial in the race to the top
The many advantages of building and growing a business based on fulfilling your own needs.
Think business is all about rational thought and logic? Think again -- and to find the biggest, best ideas, start thinking way outside the box.
Starting a company is one of the most irrational acts you can do as a human being. That's why employing hypotheses and experimentation is crucial.