The rich are just getting richer. With millions of dollars to spend, some use their huge riches to support philanthropy efforts, such as Bill Gates who gave away some $29 billion to charities from 2000 onwards. Some just spend their money on whatever they fancy. Entrepreneurs are coming up with new business ideas to entice the luxury-craving uber-rich to throw their money on:
- Aquadomi has got floating houseboats for the wealthiest to live on. The houseboat can be used as a combined home and office and is connected to the public infrastructure for water, electricity, telephone, Internet and other amenities. AquaDomi offers a wide selection of light, well-arranged quality kitchen, dining room, and living room with the latest, modern equipment.
- For the dot-com millionaires: Philips and Swarovski have teamed-up to bling the tech goodies with their ‘Active Crystals’ collection that features I GB flash(y) USB memory keys studded with swarovski (pictured above). The collection includes four different designs: Heart Ware, Heart Beat, Lock In and Lock Out. Expect the USB drives to be pricey.
- Perfect for entertaining and personal enjoyment: the RotatingHome. No longer will you need to decide which rooms will have a great view and which rooms will have minimal view or no view at all — the RotatingHome allows you to see your entire view from all the major rooms in your home. It can turn a 100 times in one direction or a 1,000 in the other or stop in any position while always being connected to all utilities.
- Now the uber-rich can even watch TV in bed on a wide screen TV that’s built into the bed. Using a wireless remote, you can activate the TV that rises out of the foot of the bed to show your favorite James Bond movie. The $25,900 bed has an electronic leveling system as well. Perfect viewing pleasure in the comfort of your bed.
Do you have an ultra-luxurious and ultra-exclusive product idea to sell to the uber-rich?
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This New Business Ideas Report is compiled specially for Small Business Trends from the editors of CoolBusinessIdeas.com.