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:
The “carbon catcher” promoted by Viva Cundliffe promises huge savings to companies that emit carbon dioxide by breaking it down to its original components: oxygen and carbon.
Standing in his kitchen, he sifts through a plastic bin of forks and spoons designed with toddlers in mind.
The gadget made it into 132 Fred Meyer stores in June, but staying there meant selling at least 480.
In late 2007, Timothy Bourke presented brother, Andrew Bourke with the idea to create a device that would eliminate the need to tie and untie knots, allowing anyone to secure (and un-secure) items when having to use rope.
The Go – Go Warmer has a built-in temperature gauge and pressure sensor to ensure the perfect temperature every time.
Just because it’s easier to get into inventing, doesn’t mean it’s any likelier to eke out a personal net profit.
Here she tells us about the day she invented the blowout technique:
“It was a Friday and all the chemicals were on the trolley ready to straighten my clients’ hair, yet again.
Only a small percentage of innovators are also inventors.
A local amateur inventor with scores of ideas, concepts and inventions is giving them all away in the hope that they might provide viable commercial opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Leonardo da Vinci’s 500-year-old inventions come to life in a new exhibition at the Experimentanium, which is showcasing models built according to plans by the Renaissance master.