Treat your customers like friends: Give them something for free. With that mindset, you’ll shine.
Is it possible that the author of the mega-seller “4-Hour Workweek” had questions to ask me? Yes. That’s part of his formula for success.
An Entrepreneur contributor outlines how to to design your life the way an artist would.
Just because entrepreneurs have social media at their disposal doesn’t always mean they should use it.
Ever question why bartenders pour beer into pitchers at an angle when they don’t have to? Inventor David Fedewa made money off that one.
By taking away risk, Quirky has empowered everyday people to take action on their creative product ideas.
Proud Source Water teamed with Fishbone Packaging to help eliminate plastic from the bottled water industry.
First piece of advice: Start with a story about vulnerability. It makes you relatable and trustworthy in the eyes of your audience.
Ryford Estores always liked today’s short, short hairstyles. But he got fed up with the long waits at the barbershop.
Gene Luoma solved a universal problem — clogged drains — with a strip of plastic from his garage. His device has sold 33 million units.
The hugely successful inventor of the Huggable Hanger always puts her customer first.
The Next Great Game Challenge highlights how licensing and crowdfunding can intersect.
Think drones, robotics, and toys connected to family-friendly movies. Something else: Play-Doh is back!
Don’t lose hope when challenging projects seem to drag on. Use these tips to stay on track.
Can your idea be manufactured at a reasonable price point? Can it be easily explained? If the answer is “yes,” sit back and watch the royalty checks roll in.
This contributor tells how he did a deal with Disney and how gaining entry to the Magic Kingdom was easier than he’d thought.
What you find may dash your feelings of originality, but it can also be a roadmap for how to see your idea come onto the market.
Product developer Ryan Diez reveals how he gets in touch with companies that are looking for new product ideas.