Small Business in a Big World

January 12, 2010

Seasonal Business- Good for Startups

Filed under: Uncategorized — itbiznez @ 9:04 am
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‘[tweetmeme source=”lone_biz_owner” only_single=false]’ If you are planning to start a business and still on the dark, you may want to try the idea of seasonal business. This kind of business is perceived to be the business trend for the year 2010.

When I say seasonal business, I am talking about business for one season. This is the kind of business that will last for one season but will continue on the next season. You can buy and sell products that will last only for one season. This is much better if other stores do not sell the same product. If you have unique products, the better.

What exactly is the mechanics of this kind of business? Well, this is simply selling products that represents a particular season. For example, in February, it’s Valentines Day. You can sell chocolates and other unique Valentine’s Day gifts. In summer, you can sell beach and vacation stuffs. In Christmas, you can sell Christmas items. In Halloween, you can sell scary stuffs. That means, your business will change every season. Apparently, this is a whole year business and you can do the same for the next year.

What makes this business interesting is that, aside from having unique products, the idea keep on changing every season. So this is something that people would love to see in your business. This idea will trigger their interest to watch out what are you gonna offer for each season.

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