Issa Asad Shares 4 Modern Businesses to Consider Opening
One good thing about business ideas is that there are always plenty of them to explore. However, not every idea you take up turns out to be a lucrative venture regardless of how ambitious and promising the idea may seem.
“At the very least, it is always important to consider those ideas that commiserate with modern-day market dynamics,” said Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur and social media expert. Mr. Asad is the CEO of Q Link Wireless, Hello Mobile, and Quadrant Holdings, all located in South Florida. He is also the author of 4 e-commerce and marketing e-books that can be purchased on Amazon.
In this post, Issa Asad Shares 4 Modern Businesses to Consider Opening:
1. Healthy Fast Food
Healthy dieting is no long a fad – it has become part and parcel of our lifestyles. Along with these adjustments comes the demand for healthy food eateries. Think smoothies, vegan dishes, to mention but a few. And as part of your marketing campaigns, ensure each ad you put up out there reiterates the fact that your dishes feature fresh and all-organic ingredients.
One thing about this industry is that it is fairly untapped and as such, it is scarcely affected by price mechanisms. You can freely determine your pricing as you are likely to be the only one offering healthy fast foods in your locality. A good place to begin is to read the success stories of restaurants such as Zoe’s Kitchen and Green Tomato.
2. Ethical Entrepreneurship Consulting
Ethical entrepreneurship is one of the most common concerns in today’s corporate world. One good thing about this niche is its dynamism. Therefore, your clients can be anyone from first-time business owners to seasoned managers.
Some of the areas handled here include fairness in placements, promotions and remuneration, protection from corporate discrimination on grounds of gender, religion, race and sexuality, as well as consulting on the required ethical business practices to the general population. You need not be a jack-of-all-trades as you can simply pick an area to specialize on. Study your society carefully and unearth some of the major corporate ethical concerns, then tune your business accordingly.
3. Yoga Studios
Yoga may have begun in India but its popularity is evident the world over, especially among those looking for a more gentle way of stress relief, weight management and pain alleviation. In order to crunch the figured a bit, a 2016 study by the Yoga Journal & Yoga Alliance revealed a massive improvement in the number of Americans that engage in Yoga, from 20.4 million in 2012 to an impressive 36 million.
There are many ways to leverage this niche. You can choose to become a yoga consultant, open your own yoga studio or even sell yoga accessories. Better yet, you could have a hand in all of these. For example, after offering consultation services, you could direct your clients to a famous yoga studio that also happens to be owned by you. To get started, you may want to check out franchises such as YogaFit Studios and Bikram.
4. Wellness App
The gospel of healthy living has been largely accepted all over the world. However, our work routines still remain a rat race and as such, we hardly find sufficient time to spare for our regular workout requirements. Wellness apps were born out of that need. In order to excel in this niche, you would first need to identify a specific aspect you want to target.
Is it stress relief, meditation, yoga, planning effective exercise plans etc? Once you have the idea, you can use your coding skills to design an intuitive wellness app. The last step is enlisting your app with Google App Store from where your users can easily access and download it.