10 online businesses women can start from home Zo Power to you!
The latest technological advancement has made it easier to set up an e-commerce business online. Women with no or little entrepreneurial experience can now start a business from their home without any hassles. One can easily set up and market their business using social media platforms with minimal cost.
Here is a list of 10 ideas which women can start from home:
Tiffin Service Ordering
The online food ordering has become popular with food ordering apps providing quick and easy meal delivery. It can be a profitable business especially in a place which hosts a large working population. You can easily start one using kitchen appliances and buy required groceries from outside. You can use popular social media to send the daily menu and maximize orders. You can set up everything with an investment as little as 5000.
The handcrafted Jewellery is popular for its unique designs. If you are good at creating fashion pieces of Jewellery using quilling or other similar methods, you can use social media to showcase handmade earrings and other accessories. With an investment of 10,000-20,000, you can purchase raw materials like beads, wires, threads and stones to create the design of your choice.
Paper and cloth bags
The demand for paper and cloth bags have increased after the ban on plastic and polythene bags. You can easily make bags using handmade paper or use fabrics like Jute or cotton to make fancy ones. The investment is very minimal as all you need is to buy raw materials like fabrics, paper, ink, threads, lace etc.
This is a good option, if you enjoy baking and making cookies, biscuits, brownies, bread or cakes at home then this passion can something you can think of. All you need is an oven and baking ingredients. An oven can cost you of Rs.4,000 and above. The total investment can range between 5,000 and 15,000.
The aromatic and scented candles are becoming popular among these days. These can be made at home with very little investments with wax, wick, essential oils, perfumes, melting pots, pans, etc. You can use wine glasses, mason jars and glasses to create decorative candles. You can use scents and colours to produce unique candles that stand out among the competition.
Soap and shampoo bars
Soap making can be mastered by attending a workshop or course. The handcrafted soaps and shampoos are in high demand as more people are turning over to natural and organic cosmetics. Sometimes the raw materials can be a bit expensive, but the overall investment is not very huge. You can also make conditioner bars to go along with the shampoos.
This is a lucrative business to sell distinctive non branded clothes on e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Flipkart or Shopify. You can buy clothes at wholesale rates and sell these online at higher rates and earn a profit. You can pick a niche by selling antique clothes, ikat prints, embroidered sarees, or indo-western dresses that are on-trend.
The low cost and high-speed internet have made it easier for anyone to be a Youtube star. You can use a smartphone camera to start making videos and upload them on YouTube. All you need is to make create creative content. The popular and trending one are cooking, DIY arts and crafts, makeup tutorials, home remedy videos. If you specialise in a particular subject, you can turn that into a channel and become an influencer.
The papads are another popular food in most households, which remains in high demand all the time. It is a cost-effective business to set up with minimal investment. All you need is a papad maker and required ingredients. You can either sell to individual consumers or in bulk to stores.