I have a thought: there is a certain set of things that every small business owner has to (or ought to) address in the very first stages of business development, such as registering the business, consulting with an accountant and an attorney about everything from liability to employee status and business structure, and some other often pricey professional services. And very frequently, the costs are too high and new business ...more »
I suggest you... The Challenges: New startups fail due to lack of physical resources, lack of financial resources, and lack of knowledge/training/education. The Opportunities: 1.) Maker Fairs and "Hackerspaces", TechShop for example, are growing in popularity and people pay to attend them. 2.) A large infrastructure of Vo-Tech and community colleges exist across this country. 3.) A student loan system is already in place. ...more »
Create a website to help inventors connect with intellectual property attorneys who are willing to help draft patent applications on a pro bono or speculative basis.
Protecting intellectual property for new entreprenurs coming to America through recent EB-2 proposal becomes regulated, It will be good idea to include its related legal protection based on U.S. Intellectual Property Rights.
Consolidate all the best ideas as well as all the orgnanizations who are engaged in economic development across the country into a single national network of collaborators who are all linked together by a single web site that is establish as the national eco-system for entrepreneurship and innovation.