Let me be clear. This is not my first choice of businesses to go into, even if you are experienced in the food business. Restaurants are very risky. You need a great location, good build-out which can cost a lot of money, great food and a talented and dependable staff. Furthermore, customers can be fickle-they may love your restaurant one day and then tire of it the next. Restaurant staffing is notoriously difficult. So, while the failure rate for restaurants is high, many that survive become highly profitable.
Would you like to be a marketing manager of a fast growing IT company in Finland, a business strategy consultant in EU, an international sales manager in Singapore, a human resource manager in Berlin, or start up your own business? These are examples of some of the positions our online international business programme may open for you upon your graduation.
15. Become a Virtual Assistant – Do you enjoy writing, social media, and blogging, but don’t want to start your own blog? You can find virtual assistant jobs where you help other people run their sites and social media accounts. Depending on the amount of time you have, this side hustle could even become a full time gig.
The traditional 9-5 job in an office is becoming increasingly obsolete, Fast Company reports. Not only are more people in the corporate world doing more from home, thanks to the internet, but side gigs are on the rise. More than a third of us — nearly 54 million people did some freelance work in the past year. That represents a growth of 700,000 more freelancers than the previous year. According to FlexJobs, there are more opportunities opening for full-time remote work, even for those at the executive level. Brie Reynolds, director of online content at FlexJobs, told the magazine: “Professionals who’ve spent years honing their skills and experience don’t need to sacrifice their hard work in order to find better work-life balance.” Analyzing listings from more than 40,000 companies in the FlexJobs database indicates that companies ranging from Dell and UnitedHealth Group to Xerox, SAP, and Salesforce were among the top 25 employers with the most available remote jobs. Although health care, technology, and education are the most well-represented industries, there are also openings in finance, hospitality, and research.
HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workouts are one of the most popular niche examples in the fitness realm. The fitness and weight loss niches tend to be stable and profitable for many entrepreneurs. This startup idea is best for those who are looking to do HIIT workouts as these individuals tend to need equipment like weights, jump ropes, medicine balls, fitness mats and more.
I find the car wash business highly attractive and even considered opening one at one point. You have a regular clientele, in many areas the competition isn’t too intense, and there is lots of room to upsell more expensive services like detailing. If I was going to go into this business, I might consider starting with a smaller facility in a smaller market, and really learning the business before going for a larger facility, in a more competitive marketplace.
If you’re truly interested in becoming a blogger, start by looking through the archives of ProBlogger, Copyblogger and Boost Blog Traffic. Then go read through all the free guides over at Quick Sprout. It may take you a year to complete those tasks alone, but it will be worth it. You’ll practically have a MBA in blogging.
You can sell whatever you want on eBay and make profit. You need to find the right niche, build yourself reputation, and learn the system, but generally speaking if you buy in bulks, through eBay or through someplace else, and sell every piece of the bulk for a higher price, you will eventually make money. It’s not difficult to make money, the difficulty is to make enough money and sustain a proper cash flow line to be able to buy stock, and make a living at the end of the month.
Marketing your workwear brand depends on which audience you serve. For example, if you sell specialized workwear, you’ll likely be targeting people who work in the trades such as construction or nursing. You’d be selling products like safety shoes and scrubs. However, even within that niche you’d find that you can’t do a one size fits all ad. The person who’d buy safety shoes is very different than a nurse looking for scrubs. Within the men’s workwear niche, it’s considered more of a men’s fashion store. You’d target men between 25-40 with your apparel. You might choose to target men of different industries depending on what type of workwear you sell. For example, if you sell suits you might choose to target those who work in finance or law. In the women’s niche, you’d likely market to women aged 23-34. If you sell professional work apparel, you might choose to target women who work in business, public relations, law, administration, or within a government role. As you can see, this is a business idea that can be taken into many different directions, depending on which niche you aim to focus on.
You can become a handyman by offering a plethora of services such as minor electrical repairs, plumbing, plastering and painting. You can also do handyman services by depositing cheques in banks or waiting in queues for customers.
Patria on Friday announced that two of its executives have resigned as a consequence of the widely reported case of a middle-aged businessman who had erroneously been given permission to market the products of the state-owned defence contractor in Uganda and Mozambique.
The idea of this business is that you can personalize just about anything your customers may want. T-shirts, hats, mugs, pens…you name it. Initially you may want to outsource all of the work, but if your business takes off you may want to bring some of the personalization processes in–house to further boost your profit margins.
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