52 businesses you can start with little no money

When it comes to business there is not much I haven’t done, I started my first ever business aged 15 in secondary school because I got myself in a bit of trouble with my mum and needed to make some quick cash. At that point I had no idea I was actually starting a business all I knew is the chances of me getting a job is very unlikely and I need to make some money. There are many businesses you can start that don’t require a massive investment. Aged 15 I used to customise clothing, sell vintage and preworn items on eBay and resell trainers.

Some businesses that started with nothing:

  • Whole Foods Market – In 1978 John Mackey and Rene Lawson saved and borrowed money from friends and family to open their first store in Austin, Texas. After getting evicted from their apartment, the two lived in their first store.
  • Apple, Disney, Google, Harley Davidson, Hewlett-Packard, Lotus Cars, Mattel, Yankee Candle Company all started in garages.
  • Nike – Founders, Philip Knight and Bill Bowerman started selling training shoes from their car trunk.
  • Dell – Michael Dell started out as a dishwasher, making a whopping $2.30 per hour. Dell started selling PC out of his college dorm.
  1. Logo/Graphic design
  2. Freelance Writer
  3. Marketing services
  4. eBook Author
  5. Affliate Marketing
  6. Podcaster
  7. Web development / Webdesign
  8. Collectibles Seller
  9. Blogging
  10. Social Media Influencer
  11. Consulting
  12. Used Book Seller
  13. Dance Teacher
  14. CV Writer
  15. Baker
  16. Online Video / Youtube
  17. Online Tech Support
  18. Domain name buyer
  19. Virtual Assistant
  20. Translator
  21. Styling
  22. Editorial Services
  23. Social Media Management
  24. Online Photo Selling
  25. Cleaning
  26. Meal Planning
  27. Dropshipping products
  28. Laundry Service
  29. eCommerce Store
  30. Homemade creams and soaps
  31. Video Editing
  32. eBay and Depop
  33. Currency trading
  34. Handmade jewellery
  35. Photography
  36. Tutoring
  37. Life Coaching / Mentoring
  38. Babysitting
  39. Personal Trainer
  40. Pet sitting
  41. Selling fitness programmes / Virtual PT
  42. Music lessons
  43. Personal Chef
  44. Dog Walker
  45. House painting
  46. Caregiving
  47. Party planning
  48. Personal Driver
  49. Proofreading
  50. Makeup Artist
  51. Bookkeeping services
  52. Buying and Selling Websites

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