Business Ideas For A Newbie Entrepreneur

If you are attracted to the idea of self-employment and making your fortune in life, you are in for quite a ride over the next few years. There is a world of opportunity awaiting you out there, and it is up to you to grab it with both hands and hold on tight. That sounds exciting; I’m sure you agree. The truth is that most businesses are not action-packed, but that does not detract from what they achieve and the rewards that they bring to their owners.


You might be on the lookout for a few ideas for your business; sometimes the harder you try, the more difficult it is to come up with one. We will explore a few ideas today, to exercise your thought processes. I don’t expect you will take up any of these ideas, but they could inspire you.


Here are some business ideas for a newbie entrepreneur.


Personal Fitness Instructor

If you are super fit and want to share your passion with others, become a fitness instructor. You do not need formal qualifications for the job, but some people may insist on them. You will need liability insurance in the event that someone comes to harm through your actions, but that is all. A car will be handy as you will travel to the homes of your clients, and a pleasant demeanor is essential. If you go along with the attitude of a sergeant major, you won’t have many repeat customers.


Bicycle Hire

If you live wherever tourists visit, you could make money by hiring out bikes for the day. They are ideal for a ride up and down the promenade at the seaside, or for the countryside. You will have to invest money in new bikes and a place to store them. Find an available container for hire from a nearby shipping company and construct a new front from timber to disguise the ugly metal. It’s easy if you open your mind to the possibilities. You will, of course, need a plot of land on which to keep it. Make some enquiries with the local authority to see if there is anything suitable in the area.



Maybe you could go into business with a group of friends. Build some rickshaws and ferry people around town for a fee. It is surprising what people will pay for the experience; trust me! You will be exhausted by the end of the day, but your pockets will be full and that is what it’s all about.


Car Valeting

Lease a van and buy all of the equipment you need to start a valeting business. People are proud of their cars and professional people often do not have time to keep them clean and tidy. You will provide a valuable service that is in demand.


Well, I hope you will be able to come up with some more ideas now that you realise how diverse the range of possibilities is. There will be plenty to occupy your time for the foreseeable future, and I wish you well in your new venture.


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