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What do you think would be the easiest semi-profitable business to start? Exampl

  1. chasemillis profile image64
    chasemillisposted 7 years ago

    What do you think would be the easiest semi-profitable business to start? Examples in description

    I have an economic project where we come up with a business plan and we are stuck between the choices of starting a pet boarding place and a drive in movie theatre. We were just wondering what would be easier. For the movie place, the problem is land. For the boarding place, we don't really know where to start I guess. Which do you think we should choose and why? Or do you have another type of business that we could think about (not restaurants)?

  2. Ancillotti profile image60
    Ancillottiposted 7 years ago

    Definitely you should choose one that best matches your profile. Do not think of financial profitability, but in which these works you will be happy to continue doing if you're still in it in 5 or 10 years.

  3. plkshooter profile image72
    plkshooterposted 7 years ago

    A quick secure job market would be a car garage. Cars break down, it's inevitable. With a garage you would help people out, be your own boss, work with your hands, and make good money. Also fixing your own car would always be free, and that is a financial mega benefit.

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    Herman Castroposted 6 years ago

    Everything's a business. If you're looking for a business that will bring you a lot of revenue you should just look at your daily lifestyle. What is there that could make your life easier, but not offered everywhere. You may want to go for an uncommon, but popular service business, where competition is small. However, if you go into a business with a lot of competition, be prepared to start with cheap prices and for your best interest flawless results. You could do advertising for other companies, but you would have to go through to work for another company so that you can gain clients and build relationships with people you may possibly work with in the future. In reality, you take a risk in any type of business, there's always a risk, its just a matter of how you put yourself out there and how well you perform. It's definitely not an easy task.

 
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