The perfect business?

No inventory.
No employees.
No marginal cost of production.
No rent.
No business cards.
Just a server hosting fee, a few other startup expenses, and a bank account to hold a lot of cash coming in.

It’s every entrepreneur’s dream: the perfect business.

Lon Safko, founder of Papermodelsonline.com, has one and I have a video interview with him about it.

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53 thoughts on “The perfect business?

  1. “If you distribute anything over the internet and you fold it, bend it or cut it… I own it.” – Lon Safko

    So sue me. I’ve had an origami model available over the internet since 1993 (linked, its the eagle at the bottom of the page). Joseph Wu and Robert Lang were there way before me, I created that for something to do when I had the flu.

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