Soaps make bubbles and money too! Yes, with soap-making you can easily make a good living from sales. All you have to do is listen to your market and know what they want from a herbal bath soap whether it’s for whitening, aroma, or disinfecting.
Food is money and this was proved by an enterprising Filipina who ventured into a home business: food catering. Anybody can start small in this kind of business as long as you have enough capital and good contacts for your first clients.
Candle-making is hard work but there are secrets to it to become a successful home business. You can compete with other candle-makers in terms of price and design. You can even opt for decorative and scented candles.
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.
From a simple hobby of designing little knick-knacks, Ms. Julie turned her inclination to the arts into a home business. With creativity and perseverance, Julie’s Gifts grew. The products include home decors, Christmas decors, and corporate giveaways.
To become a big-time in the business world, you have to start somewhere no matter how small. If you can’t afford to rub shoulders with the big-timers, start anyhow anyway. Example is going into franchise of known brand names.
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.
Once you get an itch to start a soap-making business, you just have to decide, pool your resources and get into it. There are organizations like the Technology and Livelihood Resource Center that can help you jumpstart your home business. Once you’re on the road, never look back.
Home business is a family affair and this is particularly evident when all members of the family pitch in to the venture. In this case, the home business is the production of unique decorative items.
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.