Although there has been a significant increase in the number of women in the job market, there are still numerous stay-at-home mothers, wives and young girls that would love to take up entrepreneurship but haven’t yet found the perfect match. There are a vast number of business ideas that if executed properly, could be highly successful. Some beginner business ideas aimed at, but not restricted to women are listed below.
- Catering Services
People tend to host grand weddings, dinners, birthday parties and other such events. Usually, catering services are hired for these, making this profession a highly demanded one. All you need to do is whip up some scrumptious recipes, creatively market your product and watch your catering business take off.
- Beauty Blogger
In recent years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of beauty bloggers on the internet and it remains one of the quickest and most effective ways of gaining a large audience as well as making some money. If you think you’re good at makeup or have some beauty tips and tricks under your sleeve, this may be the right fit for you! You don’t need to be a professional to be successful, just create a blog or a social media account preferably on Instagram or Youtube and before you know it, you’ll be booked to the brim for makeovers.
- Freelance Henna Artist
Another recent trend Is that of henna body art. Be it traditional henna or white henna, being a henna artist means having very deep pockets. It is a skill that is acquired easily and just takes a little practice. If this is something that piques your interest all you need to do is either take an introductory lesson or teach yourself by watching some tutorials and start piping! Having an online webpage or a social media account through which people and contact you and make an appointment is key to being a freelance henna artist.
- Backyard Herb Farm
If you love gardening this is the way to go! Nowadays, herbs are extremely popular due to their multiple uses, which means that finding customers won’t be a strenuous job. Grocery chains and restaurants may be prospective customers. Moreover, a backyard herb farm just requires basic knowledge of gardening and herbs which means that the startup cost would be minimal, and you won’t require any qualifications prior to your starting your business.