Some may scoff at the idea of preteens, teens, or college-age entrepreneurs starting a business. The ideas of young entrepreneurs can, however, often mature into booming businesses if pursued.
Starting a business with minimal money and resources is the best way to get it off the ground. Keep reading to identify the best business ideas for young entrepreneurs.
In the growing field of technology, young techies can make a fortune by repairing computers or giving lessons in hardware or software. Also, coders can create websites, software, and apps that are potentially purchased by hundreds or thousands of users.
People, animals, and landscapes can be photographed by shutterbugs and sold on the internet as original or stock photographs, and thereby build up their portfolios and piggy banks. Video editors can start their own video editing businesses or create their own YouTube channels for those who prefer moving images to stills.
Among the jobs that are in demand for outdoorsy teenage business owners are raking leaves, collecting firewood, plowing snow, and mowing lawns. Wouldn’t it make sense if we would charge for the services these young entrepreneurs offer? Rather than taking care of lawns, focus your business on other exterior maintenance such as gutter cleaning, siding painting, or cleaning swimming pools. If the weather is too hot or too cold, clean, organize, or design your interior to escape the heat and chilly weather.
Do you aspire to be a mechanic? Wash or detail cars or perform regular maintenance tasks such as changing engine oil, air filters, and other fluids. As you work with cars, ask your parents for assistance.