Monthly Archives: May 2012
No matter how many ways exist to accomplish something on the internet, room is always available for starting a company to provide the service a little better. Illustrating this situation is the case of finding an online bargain for a hotel stay. A new corporation named DealAngel began in 2011 to challenge well-known sites such [...]
Most of what you read assumes that at some point you’re going to say goodbye to your current job and follow your dream of working full time in a business of your own. For most entrepreneurs that’s probably true but what if you like your current job and don’t plan to leave? What if your [...]
The internet has become an ideal means for selling second-hand merchandise. Recently, another new company was started that further advances the trend. Threadflip just launched its website for online consignment sales of women’s clothing in April of 2012.
If you could ask some of the nation’s most successful small business owners about the mistakes they made in the early stages of their startup, wouldn’t that be valuable information? Fox recently asked some of the founders of the newest up and coming startups, some you have probably never heard of. Nonetheless, they’re making waves [...]
Starting a business is rewarding. You might have a dream of what your business will look like once you get the doors open and despite the business plan, there is one key component missing and that’s the more personal side of things. As you make plans for your business startup, don’t forget to factor in [...]
Finding the engineering talent to turn an idea into a cloud-based application allowed the founders of WeVideo start a new business that’s gaining plenty of attention. The company was established during 2011 in Sunnyvale, California. However, the concept was initiated by a parent organization in Norway.
You want to start a business but you don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars at your disposal. You can’t purchase a bunch of equipment, you don’t have the money to purchase inventory, and renting a retail location wouldn’t be easy either.
The idea of using technology to optimally disseminate information about basic issues for families led the founders of Alt12 to start a business. One of the software company’s applications is focused on health and another is aimed at expecting parents. The company’s third entry is a newly launched social network for parents named Kidfolio.
Starting a business isn’t just for people with revolutionary new ideas. Sometimes a new company can successfully arise in a well-established market by simply implementing a vision of superior service. That’s how FirstBest Systems, a provider of insurance software, has steadily prospered in its first 5 years.