The craziest business ideas, which made the creator rich

Creativity is one way of doing business there is no limit. Sometimes crazy ideas actually make them dredge previously unimaginable success.

Business clean up dog mess

Vanguard is Matthew Osborn, who take care of web He never knew that this effort will make it one day a millionaire. Osborn started in 1987 when he opened Pet Butler in Columbus, Ohio. At that time, Osborn worked two full-time job and have an income less than $ 6 per hour on each job. He had a wife and 2 children.

He realizes that there are about 100,000 dogs within 15 miles around his home. business undertaken slowly, and despite the dirty work, Osborn says he enjoyed satisfying customers and working outside the home in some of the best back yard in Ohio. Eventually Osborn employed seven people and has a fleet of six trucks serving about 700 regular customers.

Teens who sell millions of jam from her grandmother's recipes

Fraser Doherty built his empire in the traditional way. Fraser began making jam at the age of 14 from her grandmother's recipes in the kitchen in Scotland. 

SuperJam sells about 500,000 bottles per year, which currently controls about 10 percent of British butter market. Doherty shares are now worth $ 1 to 2 million.

Companies that sell glasses for dogs

Goggles for dogs?
Sounds silly does not it?
But no, if someone actually start their businesses and make them into multimillion-dollar business.

This business has received the attention and coverage from CNN, the World Women, Friends, Reggie and Kelly, National Geographic and Animal Planet. They are now expanding their business into a variety of other accessories for their animals, including Backpacks, Flotation Jackets, T Shirts, Caps, and Toys.

People who become millionaires because of producing plastic wishbones

Who would have thought that there would be a market for fake plastic wishbones? Well, there! Ken Ahroni frustrated that every year only two people who make wishes around the Thanksgiving table.

So, he decided to make LuckyBreak, a company that will create synthetic wishbones with real sound and feel of dry turkey wishbones. Now the company is making wishbones 30.000 a day, sold and designed, printed units for private, corporate and promotional. their sales of more than $ 2.5 million per year.

Housewife who created a microwave pillow

Kim Levine, creating Wuvit, a small bag with a variety of patterns to produce heat and moisture. Kim realized that if he put the corn in the fabric, sew together and then put it in the microwave, a warm, relaxing pillows will be created.

He was rushed to create a simple product idea with her ​​sewing machine and a multi-million dollar empire was born! Initially, she thought the concept would only be Wuvit great gift for children and for society in the local area.

But soon he realized the idea had great potential. If local parents began to call her in the middle of the night ask for another pillow calm because their children can not sleep without Wuvit, he knows he has a tremendous opportunity. He started going to local retailers and craft shows, and then finally got his big break when the Saks Department Store Wuvit decided to place the product in their store! Now he's a millionaire and has even written a book about her retail business!

People who are selling pixels in a web page for $ 1 Million

Back in 2005, a 21-year student in England named Alex Tew launched the Million Dollar Homepage, where he sold the pixels of the grid 1000 × 1000 for $ 1 each. 

Although it's a very simple idea, a unique project attracted a large amount of press coverage, and end up getting $ 1,037,100 in a matter of months - last slot on that page go to $ 38,100.
It also spawned many copycat websites that almost all of them fail, because the idea is not new anymore.

The person who created a company that delivers a letter the reasons for not come to work

Do you need an excuse for not come to work?
A company has launched a reason for the absence of network services for U.S. employees and students that offers a reason for the load you can use to be absent from work.

Absent Consumers Network provides all the reasons you need a letter for only $ 25 per excuse note. It can record that appears to come from the doctor or hospital professionals and even a fake jury summons and original looking funeral service program with poetry and pallbearers. founders started the business for $ 300 and now runs it from a laptop in a small Oklahoma town. This site gets about 15,000 hits a month.

The monk who selling more than 2.5 million printer cartridges
Father Bernard McCoy is CEO, an Internet store are selling discount printer cartridges and other office supplies. Customers include individuals and churches, along with giants such as Morgan Stanley (Research) and U.S. Forest Service. It is a lucrative business. Sales have increased from $ 2,000 in 2002, the company's first full year of operation, to about $ 2.5 million in 2005. idea to come to the Father McCoy one day when his printer ran out of ink.

He shopped around for a new ink cartridge but could not find one cheap enough. In the early consists of several monks sitting around with black powder and empty plastic cartridges, filling a few orders a day. Today the monks said that they have served over 50,000 customers, and their processes 200-300 orders per day for various schools and offices.

Girls who earn 1.5 million by offering MySpace layout
A teenage girl who has a flair for the creative set up a site called WhateverLife to offer layouts for MySpace and free tutorials. it is now an impressive number.

Her 17-year-old school dropouts has generated more than $ 1 million. He produces as much as $ 70 thousand per month, and has a web site that attracts more than 7 million monthly visitors and 60 million page views.

Hope can be an inspiration to us all ...


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