I know that all big businesses have tons of old computers that they pay a lot to have recycled. I will take a lot for free. I am starting a business where I fix old computers for nonprofit. I would like a few for now, but then a lot if we succeed. Is anyone willing to save a few dollars? submitted by /u/philtrondaboss [link] [comments]
After farming for 5 years as an apprentice, I'm finally starting my own organic vegetable farm! I have been researching ideal customers, brand image, etc. for several months, and am struggling with deciding on a name. We appreciate the caregiver brand archetype - a company dedicated to health and well-being, and supporting the community (think World Wildlife Fund, TOMS, Four Seasons). Our ideal customer includes some of the sage-archetype characteristics as well (Google, BBC, Yoda). We want to appeal to knowledgeable audiences, but those who have room to grow and connect with the farm in this process. We want to be the informed, caregiving mentor for our customers. Families who like to be outdoors, but enjoy a sophisticated farm dinner as well. We will be growing organic vegetables on...
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I start by sharing an incident that took place in San Francisco in 2007. Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia had moved to New York, and the city was lit because of the International Design Conference. Visitors from across the globe had come to NY, and amongst them were some of their friends who weren’t able to get a hotel to stay. All the hotels, motels, and rooms were booked and reserved. The duo offered their friends their apartment to stay for the night and got some extra cash for their sustenance. With this incident, an idea struck their minds, and they utilized this opportunity for a business. They bought a few airbeds and launched a website, “Air Bed and Breakfast.” This was the birth of an MVP. Their business idea was to provide visitors a place to get a bed to sleep and breakfast in the mo...
Obviously it requires a substantial amount of hard work, dedication, and teamwork to build a half a million or million dollar business but in todays day in age for those of you out there on reddit who have a business generating over 500k a year in gross sales what business are you guys in, or if you have some time to share your story I think a lot of aspiring entrepreneurs would find it helpful. Thanks guys submitted by /u/TheCenturian- [link] [comments]
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