Well, I'm right now a non-technical NEET(I'm in a shithole called India).
I'm currently thinking of ideas which can generate good revenue.
I'm interested in Nootropics(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nootropic). I want to focus my market in Indian children, working adult section.
India is a potential market for brain improvement products. Many products are falsely advertised as memory power improvement supplements and stuff like that.
But, I see a potential in legitimate marketing. What say my fellow /biz/men?
I'm also thinking about starting a Pharma company in India and I think this is the first step forward to do that.
Martin Shkreli is my hero!
If this isn't a troll post you're an idiot. Shkreli is a moron who drew huge attention to himself while simultaneously defrauding his investors out of millions and spending extravagant amounts of money on a fucking wu tang album. He's not someone to idolize
Well, I'd recommend you testing the fuck out of everything you might sell, like long term studies with college students, exams, and placebo trials, and if something doesn't work you don't try to massage the numbers. It will have a lot more difficulty than just making up a study, but the study itself can be a major marketing point if you make a nice infomercial using footage from the study, and you can market to the students in the test group later.
Incidentally, have you ever heard of a compound called psylocin? In large amounts it causes distracting hallucinations, but in small doses taken with exercise it has been shown to increase the production of new neurons. It's pretty strongly controlled where I live, but if India's laws are more relaxed, you might be able to actually get a huge number of students to take some and go for a run during their studies, then see whether they learned faster than those who drank tea and went for a run.
Please do steal that idea, it's got interesting indicators and I'd need to navigate a lot of red tape to try it myself.