Crazy Business Ideas: Are You Brave Enough to Follow Them?

Robin Renford
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Laugh if you must—we did—but these crazy ideas may one day be someone else’s ticket to riches

You’ve probably heard of this story. Somewhere in the late sixties, glue makers were competing for the strongest, most durable, long-lasting glue products in the market (they still do). The harder the bond, the better the adhesive, the more promising the product. Then came along a chemist presenting his idea to the stupefied senior executives of a multi-million chemical corporation (dramatization ours), an adhesive that, of all things, won’t stick hard and long enough. The rest is history as Post-ItTM became a household name and one of the most admired products in the, well, sticky business. Laugh if you must—we did—but these crazy ideas may just be one day someone else’s ticket to becoming part of the 1%.

Bug takeout, apology clothing, therapeutic socks, and more
The Fiscal Times

Here are nine of the craziest, most offbeat and original ideas, conceived by business students in the past few years.

Stealing grandma’s jam, dog goggles, plastic wishbones for fake dreams?
2Unique Views

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

Octopus sausages, forehead ads, Santa mails
U Switch for Business

A lot of these were probably laughed at initially, but have flourished into successful businesses.

Beggars’ eateries, breath gifts
GeniusKick

I am sharing my own ideas that I had discovered while juggling through my crazy thoughts. My aim is not to push anybody to take them seriously, but just to have some fun.

A Live alarm clock
businessopportunities

Instead of using a regular alarm clock, you can have a random person you don’t know call and wake you up.

Which one  do you think is the best? Top these ideas. 

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Robin talks about a wide range of financial topics, from macro-economics to personal finance, and investment portfolios to proprietorship. He focuses on providing financial advice to his readers as part of the FinancesOnline team. He is also working on a book about wealth management for the average American, using his more than a decade of experience and exposure to the business sector as inspiration.

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