News and Articles About Quirky
Here are three ways to become a shining example of company culture -- a best-bet for a pay-raise.
There is much less to be learned from the failure of aspirational but underfunded startups than from those that seemed to have the stars aligned.
The co-founder and CEO says he needs to find funds fast. His team is 'working to figure things out.'
Don Featherstone was 79. His kitschy lawn ornament is still standing.
Its home automation spinoff, Wink, may also see additional investment in a separate round, CEO Ben Kaufman says.
Initially, Ben Kaufman's platform for inventors seemed like a success.
Users can now submit ideas for toys, games, baby gear and preschool products that will carry the toy giant's iconic monikers.
If you have a dream of a new product and fall into one of these three scenarios, Quirky might be a good platform for you.
Make More Happen
Entrepreneurs should invite public opinion when the timing is right -- without handing over the reins.
The president of consumer-product invention company Quirky says startups should embrace competition, not ignore it.
Internet of Things
Consumers will now be able to control their Whirlpool washers and dryers, Mercedes-Benz vehicles and Logitech remote controls through Nest's operating system.
With throwback know-how as well as some of the newest technologies, these gadgets have something for everyone, from tinkerers to tipplers.
From a stapler to a slingshot, these four office items have been deemed essential.
Starting a Business
Coming up with a great product idea doesn't necessarily mean you need to launch a business around it. Here are three things you need to know before taking that leap.