Many of them aren’t even teenagers yet, but their inventions could cause big changes—the Connecticut team designed a “Smart Sticker” that turns from green to red if a food container isn’t properly refrigerated, while the Ohio team created an erasable barcode that disappears if meat is stored at temperatures above 40 degrees.
For entrepreneurs who have always wanted to launch a retail shop, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership is running a contest gives the winner free rent for a year.
The 2013 DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award honors America’s small businesses who embody the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Beginning today through June 30, Chase and LivingSocial invite small business owners who have been in business for at least two years and have less than 100 employees to visit missionsmallbusiness.com to enter the program.
“The Vault” competition is giving inventors like Beduze a chance to bring their ideas to life.Similar to ABC’s “Shark Tank”, 40 contestants will have 10 minutes to convince a panel of judges to invest in their product.
My.biz is celebrating ten years of the .biz (dot biz) domain name.
The Innovation Challenge is looking to today’s kids to develop tomorrow’s products.
Walmart’s Get on The Shelf contest is in full swing.
Walmart today announced the launch of Get on the Shelf, the first contest of its kind from a major retailer.
A couple months ago, American Express OPEN commissioned me to write my startup story, How I Accidentally Became a Professional Blogger in 2001.