Ambler, PA (PRWEB) December 30, 2009
Often the hardest part of starting a great business is coming up with a great idea.
Recognizing this common frustration, founder and CEO, Jeff Frutkin created SmarterLeap.com, a new website devoted to providing serious entrepreneurs with viable new business ideas.
The inspiration for the site came after Frutkin saw how the troubled economy created swelling ranks of entrepreneurs: Newly unemployed people and college graduates (even those with MBAs) abandoned long, fruitless job searches to start their own businesses.
Rather than targeting the “inventor” entrepreneur for whom ideas come easily, SmarterLeap.com is for the “manager” type who can step right in and develop a strong business—once he has the right idea in hand.
SmarterLeap.com is an idea bank. The innovative ideas offered include web 2.0 websites to niche services to product innovations to new retail concepts. Unlike other entrepreneurial resource sites, SmarterLeap.com offers one-of-a-kind business ideas unavailable anywhere else.
As Frutkin explains, “We offer aspiring entrepreneurs innovative business ideas that have the potential to become multi-million dollar companies. Our goal is to help people change their lives.”
SmarterLeap aids entrepreneurs with a constant inflow of worthy ideas. These ideas spring from a network of Idea Architects—smart, creative people who submit ideas yet to be developed in the business world. Far from pure fancy, each idea must be doable and is screened for its revenue potential, investment requirements, competitive advantage and other criteria. (For more on this proprietary process, see https://www.smarterleap.com/TheDifference.php)
A $9 monthly subscription fee enables unlimited access to the site’s idea bank, to which 30-plus new business ideas are added each month. If subscribers find a business idea that matches their vision and talents, they are free to run with it and develop it as far as they wish without any obligation. Users can also reserve the rights to an idea for up to one year. This means that the idea is pulled from the website, which prevents other entrepreneurs from starting the same business.
About Jeff Frutkin
During his quest to launch a unique business of his own, Frutkin discovered that entrepreneurial resource websites simply published, reported on or recycled existing business ideas. He believes his solution, SmarterLeap.com, provides a far more beneficial resource of fresh ideas that offer greater revenue potential and a competitive advantage. These ideas are for the entrepreneur looking to start a multi-million dollar business. Frutkin’s career experience includes 12 years in senior marketing and general management positions at leading financial services firms such as HSBC and Advanta Bank Corp. Frutkin earned his Masters in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University) and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania).