So you’ve made up your mind that you want to start a small business. You’re thinking of a startup. The problem is you don’t know exactly what you want to put up. Too many ideas are running through your mind, and you’re too confused to choose just one. Or maybe your ideas aren’t that feasible? Maybe you just need to find some inspiration. Here are three that may help you come up with good ideas for a startup.
1. A gift-giving website
People love giving gifts to the special persons in their life. So the idea of a gift-giving business is a feasible one. You can start by setting up an app or a website that allows consumers to choose different kinds of gifts, including personalized items, and their chosen gift will then be delivered to the recipient’s address. Although some gift-giving apps and websites already exist, they’re not yet that plenty. And you can always add a unique touch to yours, you know!
2. A food truck.
Why will this work? Because it’s food, we’re talking about! People will always patronize food-related businesses. Your first step, however, is to find a superb cook (or chef) who can make palate-pleasing and unforgettable culinary creations. Then find a nice truck and an area that can easily attract people, and you’re halfway there! Your food truck can cater to a particular food type, like burgers or bacon dishes, or you can go general and serve whatever you wish to. It’s all up to you – and your cook, of course!
3. A salon that’s “for kids only.”
There’s a kid-friendly salon, and then there’s a salon for kids. Choose the latter because it’s not an untested niche, but it’s not that popular (yet) either. Your kids’ salon can have special cartoon-inspired chairs, a big TV that shows cartoon shows & movies, and even a small bar where kids can order snacks and drinks. You can even add a play area for kids who need to wait for their turn. If you’re able to pull this off, a lot of parents will be happy