Product Ideas: Page 3
From bringing India on a global map to thinking of out-of-the-box solutions, these creative entrepreneurs talk about what it takes to build, make, upgrade and grant a new life to an existing and everyday process
A lot of people have good ideas -- but it's often those with the best stories who are able to set themselves apart.
By learning quickly and failing fast, yourself, you'll be better able to keep in step with customer expectations and respond to their needs.
Starting something based on your experience and observation can be the ladder to a stable venture.
What we don't know is a small problem compared with what we're sure is true -- which is flat-out wrong.
When he just had a prototype, the co-founder behind a drone company had to act fast when his first order came in.
How do you ensure that your company keeps innovating and pushing boundaries? Organisations like Google believe in a free marketplace of ideas where the most innovative projects flourish through a kind of natural selection.
Sometimes, just building a better mousetrap is all you need to make your first million.
Early experimentation separates viable products from ones that looked better on paper. Here are four signs that you should bail.
Stop dreaming of changing the world and start focusing on creative methods to provide a more fulfilling customer experience.
Just because you like an idea doesn't mean anyone else does.Follow these three steps to make sure your product will fly.
It's extremely important to understand and know your product thoroughly.
Perfect is the enemy of good. Your innovative concepts are worthless if you can't implement your vision.
Check out some of our favorites from Entrepreneur's 'Brilliant Ideas' series in the magazine.
In the new episode of 'Masters of Scale,' host Reid Hoffman chats with entrepreneurs Tristan Walker and Kathryn Minshew about using early rejection to build successful businesses.