The secret of getting ahead is getting started. (Mark Twain)
There are a lot of business ideas out there. We have a list of the best small businesses for you. We are listing some of the best small business ideas for 2019. When you’re considering the best ideas for your future small business, you’ll need to answer a few questions.
- Where is there a need in the market
- Who is your ideal client?
- What are your interests?
- What is your ideal work environment?
These small business ideas suit future entrepreneurs in a range of industries, and with a variety of interests.
Marketing Services – An independent marketing professional, can work with small businesses who don’t know how to execute their marketing plans. Write their blogs, generate ad campaigns, and do what it takes to get their name out there.
Social Media Management – There are business owners who need help managing their brand’s social media platforms. Social media is a marketing specialty. There are quite a few companies that don’t know how to do this or do it well, and you can be quite busy with this.
Photography – Professional photographers are needed for weddings, corporate events, and family portraits. A freelance photography business can be run out of your home and has low start-up cost.
Beauty Services – You can get started with this business by signing up as a professional stylist for an on-demand beauty app, which means that you and your tools travel right to your clients’ homes.
Woodworking or Furniture Building – Start your own custom woodworking business. This is done from your home, in your own shop, at your own pace, and a schedule you create. You can even try out Harp Design Co.
Catering – Are you a professional chef? A great opportunity awaits you. Start a catering service. You’ll need access to a commercial kitchen, of course, a part-time staff, and a couple of assistant cooks to start out with. But think of the potential.
Custom Baking – If you’re a baker ora talented cake designer, consider starting your own custom-design bakery. Bakers are most usually allowed to work out of a non-commercial home kitchen, as long as they meet health department requirements.
Restaurant or Cafe – Opening a restaurant is one of the riskiest, and expensive business ideas out there, but if you’re willing to put in the time and effort, the reward can be great. Do you have the desire and the skills?
Landscape Services – Green Thumb? Design knowhow? Start your own landscape service. You’ll do things like mow lawns, plant flowers, trees, and shrubs, and even design elaborate landscape plans for homes and offices.
Moving Company – The average American will move more than 11 times in their lifetime. That’s a lot of items that will need to be moved. If you don’t want to do the lifting of heavy items, hire some others to do the work. Maybe you would rather just do the managing, and coordinating of a team of movers. Go for it.