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Entrepreneurs who enjoy open-air activities can open an outdoor business. So, if you are someone who is interested in owning an outdoor related business, here are the 10 best and profitable business opportunities for you.
1. CCTV installation
The rate of violent crimes – murder, stabbing, theft, etc. is rising daily. It isn’t a good sign for our societies but where there is a problem; there is a solution. The invention of CCTV cameras has led to the decrease of such problems.
So, if you are a person who has the skills to mount cameras, you can start a CCTV installation business to help residential and commercial markets avoid damage to their property and life.
2. City courier service
The city life is fast and busier than village life. That means it is difficult for city people to ensure the self-delivery of their parcels. Hence, a city courier service is a great business idea outdoor-minded people can also embrace in their cities.
3. Driving school
People neither have energy to walk on foot, and nor they like to get late to their office or attend a special event. Public transport for these reasons has declined in use over time, resulting in the demand for private vehicles.
There are many people out there who want to learn safe driving. So, if you have driving experience, you can open a driving school where you will be helping others learning driving.
4. Mobile facial spa
Women always want to look younger, and beautiful. So, a person who’s well trained in beauty and cosmetology can open a mobile facial spa business.
Many female housewives will have no problem visiting facials spas. But, they are not your target market. Your target consumers are working women who want services at their offices and sometimes at homes.
5. Landscape designer
Landscaping aims to give an aesthetic look to land piece by laying sod, planting trees, flowers, and shrubs for homeowners, and corporations. If you enjoy working outdoors, and have a talent for design, you can opt to become landscape designer.
You can sell your plans to the do-it-yourself homeowner or contract out the physical work of creating what you have designed. To market your services, you can place a sign at the job with your business name and phone number while working on the site and for one week after the work is completed.
6. Lawn Care business
People require lawn maintenance regularly to keep their lawns look beautiful all the time. A lawn care service business involves cutting and edging grass, aeration, etc. You can offer to mow and to edge once a week and fertilizing once a month. Weeding the flowerbeds could make you more income.
7. Installing ponds and waterfalls
You could network with landscapers so that they could show their clients your work, and you give them a commission for every pond or waterfall sale they refer to you.
8. Building fences or decks
Have a portfolio of all the fence and deck styles you build. Install a small plate with your name and phone number onto the outside corner of the fence for referrals. You could also place a little business sign in the client’s yard for referrals.
9. Build sheds and playhouses
Build one for display at a model home or a home show. Or raffle one off at a public place that will allow lots of people to view your work. Other income streams could include building indoor playhouses for children’s bedrooms or selling playhouse plans to do-it-yourselfers.
10. Planting gardens
Market your services to people that don’t have time to plant their garden but still want to grow fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. You could specialize in gardening in small spaces, using the layering technique, which is also called lasagna gardening.