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:

  • We have tons of content. In fact, since November 2011, I've published more than 26,000 posts on thousands of different business ideas and opportunities.
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Niche Biz: Balloon Animals

Six years ago, she began to shape her fascination for making balloon sculptures into a venture she calls Amber’s Amazing Animal Creations.

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Making Money from Truancy

Zak Kukoff, 16, and Jonathan Yan, 18, classmates, started TruantToday after Mr.


Niche Biz: Electronics Charging Kiosk

His winning idea is to put cellphone-charging kiosks at malls, airports, grocery stores and other sites where people are in a hurry.

Two Teens Jump Into The Outdoor Sports Industry

Dakota and Garret Porter have been spending every waking hour on their new business.


Doorbell Rings Your Phone

When rung by would-be burglars, the Smart Bell’s internal SIM card instantly connects with the owner’s mobile phone, allowing them to create the illusion of being at home and providing them with a little more peace of mind while out and about.


Eggsellent Venture

On a warm Wednesday morning, David Dantzler pulls out a couple of pages of meticulously written charts that detail just how many eggs his 36 chickens have produced.


Build-Your-Own Locket Design

“I wanted one, too, but my mom said I had to earn the money,” Weems said.


Young Sisters Sell Spa Products for Girls

“Well, it was kind of my idea,” says Halle, a sixth-grader.

High School Student Solving The Energy Problem

What possible use could Josh have for all that old oil?


Teen Entrepreneur Scares Up Biz

Deep down, I probably never actually thought it would happen,” Renda said, but “the ultimate goal is to make it a career.”

Although always interested in the macabre and things that go bump in the night, Renda presented his parents with reams of research and a business plan for his haunted house idea when he was 14.

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