Most entrepreneurs try to think outside the box. Charles Sidi did the exact opposite when he created his business, BizBox, reports AZCentral.com.

[The BizBox is] a mobile, solar building with glass walls, display panels and a wraparound deck that can be set up in about 20 minutes.

The steel-frame units can be used as portable offices, stores, restaurants, medical clinics, emergency-services headquarters and trade-show displays, Sidi said.

Priced at $129,950, the just-launched cubes weigh about 7,500 pounds. The BizBox space extends to 26 feet long by 8 ½-feet wide and 10 feet high.

The BizBox can also be leased from Equipment Leasing Services of Scottsdale for $1,800 per month.

 

Originally posted by Angela Shupe on October 11, 2012 in Inventions / News.

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