Some of these real life businesses are downright silly. Try and guess which 6 of these ten bizarre business ideas are actually real money making enterprises.
The following list contains 20 surprising tech and marketing trends that will be gaining traction this year.
I found this interesting infographic the other day and figured it was worth a share. The graphic uses several authoritative resources to bring this top 10 business book selection to you including suggestions compiled by: The Economist, Goodreads, The Financial Times, Business Insider, Amazon, The Washington Post, NPR, The Kirkus Review, The Guardian, and a few others.
This is a rather unconventional video from a successful YouTube channel owner turned career consultant, offering 9 great tips for business startups.
Modern women are empowered, fiercely independent. Here’s 10 relatively simple home-based business ideas you can use to pave your own financial path moving into 2015.
When it comes to thinking of potential business ideas, sometimes the most obvious (and profitable) ideas are the farthest from our minds. This video may just help you connect something you’re passionate about with an idea for a startup!
Vail Horton knows full well that he’s different from everyone else. Early on, he learned how to embrace what makes him different and created a business to help others with mobility issues.
Tom Szaky knows a thing or two about bootstrapping a business. He tells us some solid tips about creating, funding and growing a business (in his case: using garbage as the key ingredient!)
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.
Chase “Sneakers” Reed has found success early in life by turning something he’s very passionate about into a business buying and selling sneakers of all things! Untapped niches still exist.
Dale Beaumont details how Gordon Ramsay’s methodologies for running a successful restaurant can be used by any business owner, in any niche.
Witty sayings and vintage graphic can give you success, at least in T-shirt business. Just ask Micha Weinblatt.
You need to find your customers before you create a product. Noah Kagan’s advice is especially true when it comes to creating an online startup from scratch.