I came up with a new business idea while talking to a law school student. I got excited about the idea, but then realized I have entirely too much on my plate to pursue it.
Well, to encourage the entrepreneurial spirit, I’ll give it away:
Study Posters. The domain StudyPosters.com is even available to the first person who goes to GoDaddy.com and spends $9 on it……
…..Talking to a law school friend studying for her bar exam, she showed me an elaborate flow chart she made containing much of the necessary information needed for the exam. The chart was about half the size of a large poster board, and packed to the brim with tiny, neatly sorted, color-coded handwriting.
I thought to myself: “How cool would it be to computerize that flowchart, and make a giant poster of it??” You could sell these posters to law school students, or better yet, SCHOOLS or TEST PREPERATION CENTERS. Students could put them in their rooms and see them every morning and every night….perhaps like this:
Law school students spend $2,000 – $5,000 on preparation courses, and having a giant poster of some critical information to view each morning and night would be a GOLDEN idea.
They have these posters for medical memorization already, but they can also be applied for:
-Law school students taking Bar exam
-Prospective law school students taking LSAT
-Students taking medical MCAT
-High school students taking SAT/ACT etc.
-Common Spanish verbs for Spanish students
-Common math equations for calculus students
-Specialty professions and beyond.
…..just go wild with possibilities. The cool part is, all this information you will put on the posters is free…but you might want to pay someone who specializes in the field to give you input on what would be useful to themselves and their colleauges.
I think the big money in this idea would be selling large quantities to schools, colleges, test preparation centers and companies. Thanks to the internet however, individual sales can be extremely profitable.
Hopefully someone runs with this idea. It would be a great 1st business.