What is it with garages that entice success? As pointed out at TelegraphIndia.com, some of the biggest success stories in the field of technology, computing and Web started their businesses from their garages.
David Packard and William Hewlett launched Hewlett-Packard Co. in a garage. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak started Apple Computer Inc. in the 1980s also in a garage. Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google Inc., the biggest internet search firm now, also in a rented garage.
Is it the confined space that allows for more creative thinking? Is it the sense of desperation that this business has to work in order to get out of the garage? Or is it simply a wonderful coincidence that great minds can start humbly in a small space?
Email us if you started a business that is now successful in a garage.