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How much of this story describes your path? Because of your background you have a unique perspective that sparked an idea that you’re sure will take off with consumers. It might be a new product or maybe it’s a new and more cost effective way to provide a service that consumers need. You can’t believe [...]
If you are an entrepreneur with an innovative idea, you must register for Startup Open. Startup Open is a contest that takes place in conjunction with Global Entrepreneur Week and highlights the most innovative and up and coming businesses. Time is running out, though. You must register no later than September 15, 2011.
Starting a business involves more than just having a good idea. When you create an actual corporation for yourself, you begin to feel like a real entrepreneur even before you have customers. That’s what you really need before you can bring your idea to a market.
Every new business starts with an idea. However, determining if an idea will succeed requires examination of some fundamentals. This article proposes some guidelines to validate your business idea.
Every large business we know has something important in common: They all started as a small business. They found a need or solved a problem with an innovative product. Let’s look at two small businesses who did what so many small businesses are doing every day: Filling a need or improving people’s lives.
You can start a business around a simple idea and bring a new dimension of success to your life. Some ventures take just a little effort in the beginning and then become easily operated as part-time business sidelines.
For anyone with entrepreneurial drive, moving forward by starting a new corporation may reveal a million-dollar idea. That’s what happened to one 19 year old, who didn’t initially realize the potential value of his business concept.
Starting a business ? First make sure your idea is good enough to practically sell itself. That’s what Groupon did and that resulted in one of the fastest growing companies on the internet.
Conducting a market test is the best solution to uncertainty about the feasibility of your business concept. If you think this will cost too much money, then think again. Here are three anonymous but very real entrepreneurs who tested each of their ideas for around $50.