If you’re starting a business, you want to guarantee that you have the best potential to make a profit, right? Otherwise, what’s the point? You might as well try your luck rolling the dice at your local casino. The best ways to tip the odds in your favour is to choose an industry that is booming right now. Somewhere that you are almost guaranteed to make money as soon as you open the doors of your company. So what businesses are doing well right now.
Do you work online? If so you’re in luck. The average wage of an employee working online is about thirty thousand dollars. Not too great, we know. But, you need to triple that if you want to get anywhere near the pay of the average online business owner. It’s also worth noting again that is the average. There are plenty of outliers that are making a lot more. For instance, the owner of the Huffington post is worth billions. So yes, the online industry and particularly blogging are booming. The .com era isn’t over; it’s just evolved into something new and even more exciting. You do have to put the work in, though. Anyone who told you running an online company is easy, was lying.
In the fifties building your own home was all the rage. Forget finding your dream place on the market. Speak to an architect, draw up the plan and get a true custom build. Over the last few decades years, this idea died off, mainly due to the cost. Most people couldn’t afford to hire a company to build their house. With the exception of celebrities whose houses are incredible works of construction and always have been. Now the private construction industry is picking up again thanks to smaller businesses joining the market. Companies are offering the services at an affordable price. How do they do this? Well, they cut corners in ways that are appropriate. For instance, rather than kitting out their company, they hire a crawler crane and other equipment. They save costs and are far more competitive on the market. Due to this new business model, private construction is now a billion dollar industry. If you have experience, you be crazy not to jump on board.
Every business these days runs with IT. You need computers to talk to clients, sell products, buy suppliers, and the list goes on. There’s no escaping the tech madhouse. But if you have skills with computers, there is a way to use it to your advantage. If you have any knowledge of how computers work and how to fix them, you can sell your services to the highest bidder. You will make a fortune just by selling something that probably comes quite naturally to you. In the UK in particular, IT support is starting to make up a huge part of the national economy. It generates large amounts of revenue every year, and it’s not slowing down!