How does renting a LEGO set on subscription basis sound to you? To me, it sounds like Netflix and it’s super-awesome.
Want to get investors in 60 seconds? Perfect your elevator pitch. These elevator pitch videos can show you how.
Some entrepreneurs walk on a completely different route, taking their weird ideas and bet on them that they will find success. Yes, some of them did.
WhistlePig Whiskey is taking their training program a step further in ensuring they have the best chemistry as possible: Live and work together.
There are tons of creative ways to go green. This eatery is solar-powered and an inspiration in the local neighborhood. Eco eatery FTW!
During economic collapse, entrepreneurship flourishes. Which industries, ideas or niches will flourish in the upcoming great depression?
Want a biz idea? Here is an idea: Starting an niche toy business serving young girls market. GoldieBlox has done it with their engineering toys for girls.
Hay Day is a popular cross-platform mobile games app – and a profitable one, too. It is estimated to gross over $180,000/day. App biz rocks!
Mr. Stampy Cat’s Minecraft YouTube channels have 3 millions subscribers and generate 1 billion views. He is on his way to make millions from YouTube. Whoa.
Witty sayings and vintage graphic can give you success, at least in T-shirt business. Just ask Micha Weinblatt.
Richard Branson declares war on carbon emissions by using eco-friendly fuels for his Virgin Atlantic, and set up The Carbon War Room for research. Two thumbs up!
This niche market has been sitting right under your nose for years and it’s ripe for the picking when it comes to endless new business ideas.
This post is for anyone who thinks they have a great business idea that just has no hope of getting funded by Kickstarters. Find out just how much money these utterly ridiculous campaign ideas reeled in from eager investors.