Top 10 Small Businesses Worth Starting Up Now

by Jim Smith on June 4, 2012 · 6 comments

Looking to start a business as the economy begins its slow recovery;. Here are the top ten small business opportunities you should look at. If you have talents in any of these areas it is worth exploring further.



1. Wellness Clubs
2. Hair and Nail Salons
3. Organic Food Distribution Services
4. Vintage Clothing Stores
5. Child Care Services
6. Massage Services
7. Yoga Instruction Services
8. Pet Care Services
9. Mobile Applications Development
10. Elder Care Services

Most of these businesses can be started with minimal investment and will generate a profit in a minimal amount of time. They can also be run out of home offices.  If you are planning to start a business here is some helpful information:  Ten Points to Ponder Before Starting a Small Business. See also 13 Small Businesses Worth Starting Up in 2013.

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Lalaine Nichols June 11, 2012 at 1:47 am

Great ideas. I am planning to build a small business this year and your ideas would give me hint on what is the right business to build. I am planning to build pet care services since I am a professional veterinarian. However, I still have a lot of thing to accomplish in order to pursue my plan. I hope I could build it this year.

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Jim Smith Jim Smith June 11, 2012 at 12:32 pm

Lalaine:
Good luck with your start-up. You’ll find lots of helpful material throughout the site.
Jim

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Gilbert Collins June 12, 2012 at 6:34 am

I was actually thinking of starting a massage parlor, and since I have done I like stuff to do with mobile application development such I might start such kind of firm in future too. Thanks for sharing.

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Jim Smith Jim Smith June 12, 2012 at 2:51 pm

Gilbert:
Thanks for stopping by.
Jim

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Lakshmi Balu July 1, 2012 at 11:18 pm

Hi Jim,
It is fun that you have included a geek oriented business in your list of other service based industries. Being a mobile application development enthusiast, I want to learn to tackle challenges in the mobile development process. It is the most interesting and fascination niche that requires presence of mind and intelligence with hard work.

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Jim Smith Jim Smith July 2, 2012 at 3:09 pm

Lakshmi:
I agree with you. Currently I’m working on a series of articles on mobile applications in the manufacturing industry. I think mobile is a very exciting place to be and has a lot of opportunity for the near future.
Jim

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