Innovation is a necessity for most home-based businesses to survive. But the reason Child Shield, U.S.A., winner of the 2007 StartupNation Home-Based 100's Most Innovative category, needs to stay ahead of the game is different from other companies simply trying to beat the competition.
Doug Knippel was looking at his compost a few years back and noticed a group of redworms crawling around in the dirt. That's when he began to unearth his business plan.
As attention on global warming and other critical environmental issues mounts, interest in the perceived marketing benefits of "going green" is on the rise as well. That has many entrepreneurs asking, "What can my business do to make a difference?"
The Best Financial Performer for the 2007 StartupNation Home-Based 100 isn't exactly a small business, unless you consider a 10,000-person network of workers small.
The 33-year-old Silver, who collected his wealth through a series of Internet ventures, is, in a word, unique.
Entrepreneurs are known for turning dreams into reality. We're proud to recognize their accomplishments by publishing the first-ever, 2007 StartupNation Home-Based 100.
The business name alone helps make Clough's enterprise a natural fit in the 2007 StartupNation Home-Based 100 "Wackiest" category.
For the typical business located in a fluorescently lit office building, being "slacker friendly" wouldn't exactly be a welcomed accolade. But for home entrepreneur Rod Call, selected the winner of the Top Ten Most Slacker-Friendly category in the 2007 Home-Based 100, it's a major bragging right.
For the third year running, Franchise Business Review is hosting the Franchisee Satisfaction Awards. Each year, we pay tribute to the franchisors that are "doing it right" – putting their...Read More