When you have the cash, coming up with the better idea than keeping it on your bank account is recommended. And one of the best things you can do with your money is invest it in a business. But with the trends in the business world changing rapidly, you need to be very careful about what kind of small business you’re going to invest in. To help you, we compiled a list of 5 small business ideas you can invest in this year.


There’s no need to say that people nowadays love to shop online. More and more web users decide to buy things online and have them delivered to their doorstep. This means that starting an ecommerce business makes a lot of sense. However, it’s important to mention that launching an online store isn’t as easy as you might’ve believed. First, you’ll need to find a company whose products you’re going to sell in your online store. Moreover, you’ll need to set up an easy-to-use website and promote it online. Luckily, there are plenty of low-cost online marketing strategies such as blogging. Even some of the biggest ecommerce businesses like Amazon had to start slow in order to succeed.

Online teaching

Just like with shopping, people now prefer to learn on the web. While there are many great resources online, there’s still plenty of demand for online teachers. Therefore, you might want to look into the possibility of starting an online teaching business. Think about what skills you have and how you could be able to help others learn them as well. Of course, it’s still necessary to hire more teachers in order to make your business profitable. Marketing your business shouldn’t be too much of a trouble as your students should be ready to recommend you to their friends and family. Some of the most profitable online learning areas include programming, writing and digital marketing.


Since starting a small business is now easier than ever, we can expect to see more and more people giving entrepreneurship a go. However, for those who are running a company for the first time, dealing with bookkeeping can be extremely difficult and they might need help from an accountant. So, if you know your way around books and taxes, starting an accounting company can turn out to be an amazing idea. Just make sure you get all the licenses and permits you need. When it comes to marketing, things such as promotional pens and envelops should do the trick. You can start on your own and hire more people once your company starts growing.

Fast food restaurant

So many millennials simply don’t have enough time to prepare their own meals. Instead, they choose to dine out. This means that there can never be enough fast food restaurants and starting your own is something you just can’t go wrong with. Just don’t forget that the key to starting a successful fast food restaurant is choosing the right location. Make sure you check out every possible location and do research before you opt for one. On top of this, you should look for ways to make your menu stand out and help you turn one-time customers into loyal ones. When starting out, flyers and radio commercials should be enough to attract plenty of customers.

Digital marketing

Every business needs to start marketing on the web at some point. However, not everyone understands how the web works and how to gain the attention of as many web users as possible. As a result, we saw plenty of new digital marketing companies open for business and you should think about starting one as well. Of course, in order to be able to do this, you need to know everything about digital marketing. Moreover, you need to keep an eye on what’s happening in the industry. For instance, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into effect and being aware of it is an absolute must. When assembling your team, keep looking for creative people who know how to solve problems.

No matter which of these business ideas you decide to go for, you’ll be making a smart investment. Think your every move through and there’ll be nothing to worry about.

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