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Category Archives: Business ideas

Tesco in South Korea

Watch this video clip (link to: YouTube.com) to find out how the UK’s supermarket chain Tesco found a great way to sell its products in South Korea – without increasing the number of stores and by using virtual shops!

How to travel light? Not with this jacket.

If you’re not worried about travelling in style, you might like the idea of this jacket with its 42 secret pockets (link to: bbc.com). It can carry a laptop, tablets, smartphones, headphone cables and chargers, sunglasses and a lot more. However, the company suggests that you don’t fill all 42 pockets at once!

A new business idea?

I’ve just read about a holiday decorating service and wonder if any of my readers have their homes or businesses decorated by someone else. I like decorating the home myself, so I couldn’t imagine anyone else decorating for me. But perhaps there are people who don’t have the time or energy. According to thebalance.com, one can offerContinue Reading

Eight well-designed products

What do you think about these well-designed products (link to: inc.com)? Is there anything you would choose? I like the design of the kettle by Alessi, Muji’s ballpoint pens and the Bose headphones. And you? What would you go for?

Looking for decorative ideas?

Are you planning a New Year’s Eve party and looking for some creative ideas on how to decorate your home? You might be inspired by this site here. Oh, and use this checklist to make sure that you are well prepared.

Something to look out for

When I was in London a few months ago, I heard people talk a lot about ‘street food’. I didn’t know exactly what they meant until I was introduced to it while I was there. So ‘street food’ is ready-to-eat food or drinks that are sold in the street or other public places. It isContinue Reading

Great business ideas, don’t you think?

What do you think about box subscription services? People are so busy today that they’re subscribing to services that deliver goods to their doors on a regular basis. So what sort of things can you order? The London Sock Company has a Sock Club that sends out stylish socks to subscribers every month. The Willoughby Book Club has lotsContinue Reading

The future of business models

The Future of Business Models #FutureOf from Jeremiah Owyang If you want to take a peek into the future, you must look at this slideshow. You’ll see how people’s needs are changing and how business models are changing, too. We live in exciting times, don’t we?

Use your bike and travel safe

The Invisible Bicycle Helmet | Fredrik Gertten from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo. Two Swedish women have created something revolutionary: an invisible bike helmet. I think it’s a wonderful idea. Could this be a Christmas present for a good friend or relative of yours? Or for yourself? 😉 Here’s a link to the company’s website.

Save money and connect with your neighbours

How NeighborGoods Works from NeighborGoods on Vimeo. We all have so many things stored in our cellars and gardens, don’t we? What do you think about this business idea I read about in America? NeighborGoods will let you share equipment with neighbours, like lawnmowers, ladders and drills. They say it’s a great way to save money andContinue Reading