Small Business Ideas For Moms In 2014 Reviewed By Empowered Ezine
A new article from Empowered Ezine.com takes a look at some of the best business opportunities for moms in the year ahead.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 08, 2014
EmpoweredEzine.com is an article directory that gives new and experienced entrepreneurs access to informative articles and sage advice from successful business owners and industry professionals. The website’s motto “Where Knowledge Equals Power” sums up the goal of each article posted for the readers. Empowered Ezine’s newest article provides some new and creative small business ideas that future business owners may find invaluable – especially mothers. These small business ideas for moms in 2014 can be a great way to earn an income while still having time to care for their children.
The year 2014 has shown some interesting opportunities for business owners everywhere. As the article’s author says, “Many people think starting a small business is too hard and they tend to stick to their 9-5 instead, however starting a small business is not as hard as one may think. There are several ways to get started when it comes to working for yourself. Being your own boss has its perks, especially for homes with small children. 2014 is just around the corner and now is the time to finally start that small business you've been dreaming of. Here is a list of the best small business ideas to kick off the new year!” says the Empowered Ezine article.
As stated, the article presents a list of a few potential small business ideas mothers can enjoy in 2014, which includes:
- Retail & Ecommerce
- Wedding Planner
- Travel Agency
- Advertising Agency
- IT Startups (web developing, software design, computer repair)
- Photography Business
- Caregiver Business (CNA)
- Virtual Assistant
- Social Media Marketing
What makes these small business ideas so attractive to mothers is that they all share the same benefits, namely small startup expenses and the advantage of working from a home-based office. Some jobs may only have minimal requirements, such an up-to-date computer with stable internet. Despite the personal freedom these small businesses may offer, the Empowered Ezine article advises readers that steps should be taken before setting up. As with all businesses, concerns such as time management and initial investment need to be taken into consideration.
The article’s author recommends that readers looking to start a new small business should ask themselves the following questions and see if they align with their goals/plans:
- “Will I need to hire more employees in the future, if so how many and for what positions?"
- "Who will need/want my services and will I be able to keep up with the demand of my business from home?"
- "What is my mission statement and how will I convey it to my customers/clients?"
- "Where do I see my small business 10 years from now?"
- "When would I like to see higher profit margins and what can I do to reach those margins?"
- "How will my business benefit the economy and will it attract the interest of other small businesses and/or investors?”
The article offers just a few business opportunities that mothers or even other entrepreneurs may take advantage of in 2014. To learn about more good small business ideas for 2014, click here
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