Here are the Essential Steps to this Business Expansion
Many successful home business owners may wish to grow their thriving ventures in a number of ways as turnkey enterprises, dealers, vending machine suppliers, direct or network marketing companies, or through licensing.One of these expansion methods is packaging and selling their businesses as opportunities for other entrepreneurs to purchase; but not as franchises.
Many successful home business owners are packaging and selling their businesses as opportunities for other entrepreneurs to purchase.
With the ending of summer and school vacations, September is often considered an “unofficial New Year,” as people re-organize and re-focus on resuming their daily personal and work routines. This is also an ideal time for you to start a home-based business, as potential customers are also back to actively seeking products and services to save them time and money and to enhance their lives.
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Hobbies are pastimes that individuals engage in primarily for fun, relaxation, and/or fulfillment. They range from relatively quiet pursuits like stamp collecting and reading, to physical activities like competing in extreme outdoor sports or volunteering to help build homes for needy families. Some enterprising hobbyists, by choice or because they need extra money, decide to turn their hobbies into a profitable business they can operate from their homes.
Depending on the experience and the qualifications you have garnered from participation in your hobbies’ activities, you can make money from them in a number of ways.
At-Your-Service Ventures That Utilize Your Unique Skills and Interests
By Priscilla Y. Huff
If you are looking to start a low-cost, home-based business in a relatively short time, consider one in a service industry. Consulting, cleaning, delivery, business support, and many other types of services continue to be in demand no matter where you live or what the current economic status. In 2008, business services accounted for 78.3% of US private sector GDP or $9.72 trillion. (U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis & U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Service-type businesses are generally more affordable to start and maintain.