Teach kids business and entrepreneurship in a fun way.
A business selling “franchise” kits to parents and their kids. These include teaching materials on how to build the business: basic definitions, functions, how to start, how to plan, marketing materials and principles, etc. Different “franchises” can be bought, for particular age groups and interests.
Get to know the business field you are interested in.
Show the typical cost structures of businesses in different fields, and case studies of failed and successful companies and why they failed or succeed.
A fun way to find potential business connections.
An online game club for business people. You play with others and communicate during the games. After a while, you’ll find that some players you like more than others, because of the way they play the game and communicate. It will give you a different view on their characters and help you decide who to connect with in business.
See how things relate to one another in the business world.
A website that publishes and updates all kinds of business maps: what companies are involved in a specific subject matter, how a well-known company is related to other businesses (ownerships, cooperations, etc.), a famous businessman and his map of business activities, etc. Eventually, these should all be hyperlinked to each other to create a huge map of the business world.
Each country has its own unique and successful business models. What about exporting these models to other countries?
A website and community dedicated to finding, recording and analyzing particular business models from around the world, that are unique to that country. Why only there? Can it be imported to another country? What makes it work? Etc.