2014, it’s the year of the innovator. With websites, phone apps, and gadgets being sold for millions of dollars, it has everyone trying to start their own business—because let’s face it, who wants to work for someone else? The world is at your fingertips…it’s yours for the taking.
The following ideas are what I believe could make for successful business ideas in 2014.
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Become the Face of Your Cause
If you spend any time on YouTube, you’ve probably heard of Philip Defranco. He saw a problem with the way news was being portrayed, and he decided to do something about it. He now has some of the most successful channels on YouTube and does what he does best. In his own words:
“I talk about the news and pop culture that matters to me and should matter to you.”
And that’s what he does. He’s revolutionized the way the consumer gets news, and he isn’t afraid to throw his opinions into the mix.
I’m not saying you need to run to YouTube and start a channel, but if you’ve got a passion for something and you’ve got a way to put your face to your cause—if done right—there can be a lot of money in it for you.
Have a Business on the Go
Every time I leave my home office, I see more and more food trucks servicing the local industrial areas. But let’s expand on the possibilities of a mobile service.
One of the most intriguing mobile businesses I’ve heard of is Bath Petals. I never thought I would see the day that I could purchase beauty products out of a truck—and they not have fallen off the back of another truck…if you get my drift.
Working out of a truck removes the expensive overhead of a lease, allows for a more personal connection, and it enables you to go where the market is.
It really doesn’t matter what you sell out of your truck. As long as you offer a good, quality product, at a reasonable price, people will flock to your business on wheels.
Overall, I believe that the individuals that have the creativity and drive to pursue unique and needed business ideas will be the ones to prosper in 2014.