His name’s Eugene Kantarovich and he’s a bloody genius.
He’s doing the rounds on the business forums, canvassing for several fantastical, hare-brained schemes. His aim? To attract investment. “I would like to trade the following protected ideas for stock/cash,” he says.
Why he hasn’t yet appeared on Dragons’ Den to titillate the public, I’ve no idea.
Here are some of his bright ideas.
“Sleep Radio – An organisation that edits regular music so that it can be enjoyed during someone’s sleep.
Auto-Exercise Chair – Back of chair sits at an adjustable but always acute or 90 degree angle with the seat of the chair. This automatically exercises the back and stomach muscles of the sitter as they are forced to hold themselves up.
Alcohol Smelling Mechanism – A small cap that has foam that is drenched with alcohol so that a person can sniff it and does not have to taste the bitter alcohol while becoming intoxicated.
Un-Protected Ideas – A website or organisation that collects unprotected ideas, so that other people can use them as they please. This business would include the single requirement that anything written on it can be used by anybody at any time. This is different from un-copyrighted material which can’t have any monetary affiliation.
Telecorp – This would be a corporation that promises to stay completely online in all of its activities. Everyone would communicate only through recorded and public content so that all investors, customers, and employees are always on the same page.”
Braindead? Or brilliant?
If you think the latter, Eugene is waiting to here from you. Don’t forget to tell Real Business how it goes…
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