Details for Crowdfunding
Places for Crowdfunding.
Finding money for a business:
How to find Angel investors - WSJ
These are just some of the links to getting your innovative ideas moving. For me I found the idea that selling a idea to many people over the net is just the outside the Wall Street box that could just work. Good luck!
Sunday, June 30, 2013
Friday, June 14, 2013
|Fast Fry by MTI seems to lead the industry in this technology.|
Recently I was in a newer restaurant and was fascinated with the new auto fryers. Resembling a strange microwave they operated in a similar fashion. The machine monitored time and temperature. A person drops the food to be fried through the front door. The totally contained unit is vent less and with no smell or noise pollution. The operator punches in the time for the material to fry and the chicken strips, fish or fries appear on the heating tray waiting to be served. This innovation is safe, with a perfect product. The machine easily pays for itself because it enables a kitchen to be run with one less employee. The food quality and taste is maintained. I'm surprised to see so many restaurants and bars still using the old firers. Read more about MTI firers and other products they make at: mtiproducts.com
"Tindo" which is Aborigineze for "Sun" is the name for this transportation innovation. The bus has been carrying tourists through Australia's 5th largest city, Adelaide. Each night the maintenance team recharges the sodium-nickel batteries using the power generated by the solar panels mounted on the bus station. The bus can travel 125 miles before a recharge is needed. It also uses the same kind or brake electric generation system used on cars like a Toyota Prius. You apply the brakes and it generates electricity. This helps is extent its travel time. No pollution, no carbon foot print, no fuel bills. If every large city in the USA had a bus like this, think of the environmental impact and reduction in noise pollution. Read more at: www.adelaidecitycouncil.com
Follow the trip: www.planetsolar.org