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:
While the straight-talking 12-year-old student wants his Well Band to be able to be customised with a graphic for more appeal to children, it is a more technological aspect that may have wider ramifications.
But are young people interested in starting their businesses for the right reasons—or the wrong ones?
Designed for use in public places like museums and shopping malls, DigiWall is a climbing wall with high-end surround-sound whose grips include both lights and sensors that react when they are touched.
Reed Holmes of Chester, NJ, was in the fifth grade when he decided to take on solving a perennial problem – the frequent loss of his family’s mailbox to passing snow plows – as his project for a class assignment on inventing.
After a brief, failed experiment paying me to do chores, my dad tried something really neat.
Kids can be very creative and can see things in a way that adults don’t.
That’s what led Russell Reed of Tupelo, MS, and his wife Donna, to come up with the idea of the “Flavor Savor” cap: a reusable plastic cap that snaps on a can of soda or any bubbly beverage, saving the carbonation and flavor for up to 36 hours.
Fraser was just 14 when, using his gran’s recipes, he developed a healthier jam with 100 per cent fruit and no added sugar.
It is no secret that childhood obesity and its associated risk factors have become a great cause for concern across the United States in recent years, but self-described social entrepreneur and advocate for healthy living Andy Mackensen wants to change all that.
Mia Mothershed now conducts at least three parties a week that feature more than a dozen themes including princess, rock star, spa and others.