Making an impact in business is always somewhat dependent on enthusiasm – if you have an idea you believe in and the energy to make it succeed, then you can get a lot done. For many people, though, this determination and will to make a splash doesn’t sit well with hours spent in an office trying to make it happen. If you’ve considered going into business for yourself, then you might feel – as many others are beginning to – that the right move for you is to start a mobile business.
What kind of mobile business, though? Well, there are plenty of options, and any sales-based business can be made mobile if you have a car and are prepared to put the effort in. However, a few of the best options are as follows:
A Food Truck.
The modern era is a foodie era – you only have to spend a short while browsing Instagram to see how people look at and talk about their meals these days. And nothing is cooler right now than street food, with countless articles talking about the best places to get a great burrito in this city, or the finest shawarma in that town. If you’ve got flair in the kitchen, then starting up a food truck is a realistic way to make it pay – just make sure you get the necessary licences, find the right vehicle (and an attractive niche dish) and you’re on your way.
If you have a pet, you may have noticed how far you will go to ensure that they are happy – indeed, there are plenty of people who are prepared to go without treats themselves to ensure their furry and feathered friends remain spoiled. Even time-poor owners want to give their pets the best in life, and this has led to an increase in the number of people making a decent living bathing, primping and exercising dogs and other pets. You’ll need some equipment to get the business going, but there are few more rewarding ways to make a living than spending time with animals.
If something falls apart, needs repairing, or just could do with freshening up around your home, do you call someone else to do it, or do you just carry out the task yourself? If it’s the latter, you’ve probably already accumulated a range of skills that could make you some money. A well-stocked tool kit and a credit card terminal – in addition to a vehicle you can trust – is all you will need to get this kind of business off the ground. The more skills you have to call upon, the better – people will pay for anything from plumbing repairs to flat-pack furniture assembly, so there is always likely to be work available.
Perhaps inspired by the popularity of Marie Kondo’s domestic philosophy, more and more people are looking to unclutter their lives – but finding it impossible to do so alone. Properly decluttering a home requires a good eye for space and a firm hand when it comes to the difference between what a home needs and what’s just taking up space. Offering this service might very well spark joy for you, if you’re ready for some hard work and tough decisions!