A barber shop may not be as unique or creative as other home business ventures but it is without a doubt, a money-maker. All you need is creativity and hard work. Yes, there is money in hair… hair-cutting that is.
Sari-sari stores have been up and around for years. Many more are popping up like mushrooms. Does this business still make money? A careful study is worth looking into.
Thou shall not live by bread alone but bread is good business! This was proven by enterprising Filipinos who ventured into the bakery business through the home business programs of TLRC or Technology and Livelihood Resource Center.
People work abroad to earn more for their family but there will come a time when they have to retire and put money saved into a business. You can small home business like the bubble gum machine or an Internet café, or dream bigger like a business in the agriculture sector.
When you are really business-minded, simple ideas can turn into great businesses. This happened when an enterprising business man turned an idle space into a dormitory for seafarers. The home business turned out to be a unique business with great demand.
Women don’t hold the status of the vainest creature for even men can be so prissy about how they look. For men though, hair-cutting is probably the only reason he wants to look good. That is why the barber shop continues to be a profitable home business.
Is it employment or entrepreneurship for you? You decide which path to take because this will define your future. For some people going into business is the way to stable success. It also helps that there is legislation to help small entrepreneurs.
A hobby can become a great idea for a business. This happened with Ms. Julie, owner of Julie’s gifts. From materials she sourced locally in thrift destinations, she’s able to come up with original designs for giveaways and decorative items.