Bright Ideas

Tyler Mathisen has the story of how a simple watch made of wood went from a bright idea to a growing business.

Sue Herera has the story of how one entrepreneur got the bright idea to take warehouse shopping mobile.

One young woman’s bright idea to create an easy-to-remove wallpaper has turned into a business on track to do $1 million in sales this year. Tyler Mathisen has the story.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of a graffiti artist who used her skills to build a legitimate and thriving business.

Sue Herera reports on how one start-up’s idea could help to solve one of 911’s biggest problems.

Two sisters, who are a part of a military family, are giving back through a very successful business. Tyler Mathisen has their story.

Tyler Mathisen reports how one man’s desire to help his customers quench their thirst turned into a bright idea and a very tidy business.

Tyler Mathisen reports how two entrepreneurs are changing the way office spaces are rented, so that both renters and building owners can have increased flexibility.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of a former college football player who started a business by tapping into the emotions of sports’ fans everywhere.

One entrepreneur set out on a mission to create a device that he believes will reduce your chances of getting bitten by a shark.

After noticing a lack of female-oriented action figures in the toy aisle, one mom had the bright idea to change that, giving girls a new way to play. Tyler Mathisen reports.

Tyler Mathisen reports the story of one ex-marine who got the bright idea to make it his business to give back to vets and their families, full-time.

Tyler Mathisen reports how two entrepreneurs are taking the frustration out of pharmacy visits so that patients can quickly get the medicine they need.

Bill Griffeth reports the story of one entrepreneur who’s hoping to change the way Americans get around town.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of one electrician who started his own business and then got the bright idea to advise others how to be CEO warriors.