10 Small Business Ideas For Start-Ups

This is a list of 10 Small Business Ideas For Start-Ups. Starting a business can be tedious and stressing especially when accessing funds is a major hindrance. Be your own boss by starting small businesses and developing them to be big ventures in the world. Developers and start-up enthusiasts have come together and put across many ideas on how to create start-ups.
In this article, I will be explaining some of the best and workable smart ideas.


 10 Small Business Ideas For Start-Ups
1. One can start a catering business in the food industry. It does not require a lot of initial start up capital.The other advantage with this type of business is that it can be performed anywhere so long hygiene is maintained.

2. Another smart idea is engaging in a bookkeeping business. It requires less start up capital and less involvement.

3. One can also begin a car insurance business.

4. Begin a fitness-training center.

5. Affiliate marketing – Find products to sell either online or offline. For instance, you can walk to a motor bazaar and agree to sell their cars at a commission or form your hub to sell cars on behalf of others. You can create a free blog at blogger.com and promote products from companies offering affiliate commissions such as hosting companies like go-daddy.

6. Printing services, do you have a computer and basic design knowledge? The demand for print services by companies and individuals is on the rise. Small businesses need marketing materials and you can fill this need by taking your chance. If you have the skills and do not have a computer, you can work from a cyber cafĂ©. Create a Facebook page, participate in Facebook groups and promote your services. Once you get an order, you can rush to a cyber and deliver the product to your clients. 

7. Create cushions and pillows from old clothes – did you know you can make pillows and cushions from old clothes? People love new things, designs and tastes, become creative and make unique designs from readily available materials. To get the old clothes you can walk door to door buying the clothes from those who have cheaply and turn them into a profit making venture. You can also create other household items and dolls for children.

8. Ironing service – ironing is a good business if you pitch camp in the right location for your target. Most people working the white collar jobs are lazy to iron their clothes and this is your opportunity to make a kill from them by providing the service. You can also offer the service to the people selling second hand clothes in the major towns.

9. Start a cleaning service – in the modern world, people are trying out new things and it is your duty to explore what they want and if their preference can create a profitable venture. You can purchase a vacuum cleaner, mops, brooms and other related cleaning products and start your business in your nearest town and in the neighborhood.  

10. Dating service – people in your town might love to meet new people but they do not know how they can do it, whether to use Facebook, twitter, street talk or in churches. You can close this gap by starting a dating club.

11. Create a blog and blog (write articles and publish in the blog) what you love and like and ensure you give your audience a reason to come back to your blog. After your blog receives good traffic (visitors), start selling products through affiliate marketing and run Google AdSense ads.
Read:
Advanced New Business Ideas 2013 to think of starting
and Top 10 Small Business Ideas/Opportunities in Kenya For 2013

It is best to first organize the small savings and furnishings one has and start with the small capital. I would also advise that people willing to start up businesses define their appeal. There are many ideas for willing entrepreneurs.

These ideas are just examples, and many more exist and remain unexplored. The key to establishing a successful business is identifying a niche in the market and address needs that are lacking in a country.
I would also advise that before someone can begin a business, it is wise to share ideas and validate data with professionals in the specific field. One also ought to be ready for low returns or even losses before the business picks up. Talking to people around and simply observing can also help generate constructive ideas. A good business does not require many inputs in terms of resources and capital. Instead, all it takes is commitment and dedication for the business to grow.

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