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What's a business idea? It's a simple concept that can be used to generate revenues through the sale of a product or service. It can be viewed as the first step of a larger process that can lead to building a successful business.

Ideas are free and can be copied but aren't all equal. Success rates are very low, under 10%, when even when only selected ideas are accounted for as the strength of an idea doesn't presage of its ability to bring the expected outcomes. There's a variety of development methods and coaching techniques but very few are really cost-effective or work without investing large amounts of cash into the endeavour.

Do you have a business idea? There are ways to turn ideas into successful projects and they often involve working as a team towards success. Being alone on a project is risky and yet most projects are started by entrepreneurs who believe they can do it on their own.

It's possible though to work alone and be successful, but only if you're well accompanied. Business Ideas is an innovative community that helps people to develop their ideas to their full potential and thrive.

Ideas have multiple aspects and receiving the help of experienced people helps to reinforce innovation, problem solving, profitability, originality and unicity.

In a world of constant innovation, ideas can be constructive and destructive to large and small businesses. Trends evolve constantly and a market that was favourable for a company can bring it down within a few years like Nokia or Napster for instance. New opportunities can arise and ideas can lead to to more efficient, cost-effective, and productive processes.

All ideas are as unique as the person who came up with it and who's working to making them happen. Business Ideas is the community that supports creators throughout their journey and beyond. 

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