Socialize your ideas, preferably with people who understand the domains your ideas fall into. That will help you screen out "interpreneurial noise" (born-dead ideas affected by lack of domain expertize or abundance of enthusiasm). Keep discussing whatever remains. Good ideas usually attract partners and sponsors/early customers.
If you are skilled at helping to grow businesses, you should be able to grow your own. If not, then your question seems to be poorly composed.
As a self-described cloth merchant, depending on where you live, you might seek local government-sponsored or non-profit help.
In the US, we have the small business development centers which offer free assistance to small businesses. You might try that or similar things in your local area.
If you can understand benefits of ultra-compact active personal vehicle (bit.ly/apvFELA), persuade a few hundred others to order it (pay only upon delivery as described) and get FELA startup funded, you can join me as co-founder.
Btw: in business, an idea is nothing, a successful implementation is everything. How else can we explain the failure of great ideas that would've improved humans and commercial success of the crap that degrades humans (e.g. drugs, tobacco, liquor, etc.)?
Some generate a lot of unbaked ideas that can't stand even superficial reality check. If not many but one of your ideas survived professional scrutiny and get you crazy about it, you start thinking like a businessman who is unemployable by definition. The businessman is a leader who shares equity with execs or hires operatives. The businessman can't be hired but fired as trouble-maker.
That is cool to have ideas , I suggest you open a social media page and build a team. at the end company's like to hire a team that can deliver, not just a individuals