Creative Ideas for Naming your Invention or Company

I have recently been trying to come up with names for a company and finding it very difficult to come up with anything original, interesting and where the dot com domain is still available. I have just found this excellent set of slides which offers loads of advice and resources for creative product/business name ideas. [...]

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Find a Mentor / One to One Learning Swap

It’s always difficult to learn something new, but wouldn’t it be cool if you had someone who could help you one-to-one? And what if it was totally free Let’s face it one-to-one tuition and mentorship is USUALLY pretty expensive, but what if we all helped each other by swapping our skills? FILL IN THE LEARNING [...]

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Learn to Create a Startup Business or Product – Free and Cheap Online Classes

I just wanted to let you know about a few free and inexpensive classes which might be of interest to anyone wanting to start a business or create a product on a shoestring budget. I am not sure how long the free courses with remain free, so sign up if you are interested quickly (I [...]

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Interview with Adrian Hayward Inventor of Pick Tack for Guitar Players

An inventor interview with Adrian Hayward, who invented the Pick Tack – a guitarist pick holder with a twist. Make sure you check out his Kickstarter Campaign Tara: Please could you tell me a little bit about where you are based, your background experience how you first started inventing? Adrian: I am currently living in [...]

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Free Online Course to Learn to Develop Innovative Ideas for New Companies

I just found out about a new FREE online course which is supposed to teach you how to develop new ideas From the website: “Explore how to identify and develop great ideas into great companies. Learn how to identify opportunities based on real customer needs. Develop solid business models. Create successful companies.” The course is [...]

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