I have so many ideas for businesses that I don’t really know which one to start first?
The following is a guest post by Victor Green, author of How to Succeed in Business By Really Trying!) It’s true that many factors contribute to an organization’s success, but in the end it all comes down to this: how will your business be better, or different, than what is already available?
If any of these thirty are your primary reason for wanting to start a business, perhaps you’d better reevaluate.
A children’s hospital in US has developed a new “pet therapy” under which a golden retriever dog visits patients in intensive care to cheer them up.
There’s a difference between someone who starts a business because they’ve found a profitable business idea, and someone who is absolutely driven, compelled even, to create the very best product possible.
It turns out that your Facebook feed is worth something after all.
The tattoo removal industry is still growing and expected to hit $83.2 million over the next four years.
Some of these fanciful are real, while others are still ideas on the drawing board.
What a difference a little, relatively undefended, international border makes.
The following is a guest post from Vit.