Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Ray Higgs, of Dunmow, dreamt up the A-OK care monitor in 2006, after his late father, Ron, 84, suffered a minor stroke.
After being turned down by Lord Sugar, Nick Holzherr has secured funding for his food website and app idea.
Recently, Marketo hosted over 1200 people at our annual user conference, bringing customers, employees, industry luminaries, and prospects from all over the world together.
Google’s new Nexus Q home-entertainment device—a black orb, looking somewhat like a Magic 8-ball— was internally designed and will be manufactured in the U.S., a departure from recent industry norms in consumer electronics.
Open source has entered the mainstream, says Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst, pointing to the billion dollars in revenue it reported in the last fiscal year—a feat only a few software companies (open source or proprietary) have managed.
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Anyone can turn an idea for a great iPhone or iPad app into income, thanks to a new South Carolina-based company.
It may seem strange to write about Serbia in the Budapest Business Journal, but we believe that the Hungarian capital will have an important role to play in the region, in the same way that the Budapest office acts as the regional hub for the international law firm Gide Loyrette Nouel.
Summary: The Tech Futures Group provides free hand-holding for tech entrepreneurs who want to start something but don’t know how.