It’s hard to decide where you to invest your money and what kind of business to start. You want to try your fortune in the industry which has the ability to grow and expand as your business does. But you also want to be able to establish yourself within the market right away.

It’s best to test the market before you get into it and ask the customers themselves what are they looking for and what kind of issues they have with the current offers.

Bicycle repair


Bicycles are becoming more and more popular as a form of transportation in large cities. This is because it’s healthier to ride a bike and it gives you more mobility in a crowded city. Having a repair business could prove to be a lucrative way to go.

This business tends to be seasonal in its revenue and customer interest. That’s why you need to provide additional services during the winter and late fall. Storing bikes could be one of those if you have the space to do so.

Home energy auditor


One of the best ways to save money in your home is to cut down on the energy bills. These could be pretty high if you have an old home which loses hot air everywhere. It’s also a green thing to do because all the energy you save cuts down on your carbon footprint. A professional can help with this in an organized way.

The goal of this business isn’t only to find ways to save on energy, but to help you buy products that tax deductible and work toward this goal as well. The hardest part about starting such a business is getting the staff that you need.

Event planning


Corporate events are a way important way to promote a business and make it known within and outside the industry. These events need to be carefully staged and organized and sometimes it’s a job for professional in this field. That means that you can earn quite a lot of money by finding the right businesses in need of your services.

It’s a complicated business and you need to have a lot of money for the early investment. Once this is done you go by your reputation and can get a return on it rather quickly.

What business would you start?