Thursday, April 17, 2014

How to Start a Cell Phone Accessory Business

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If you are business inclined and you happen to wonder what business is good for you to start on, well why not try the cell phone accessory store business! It’s an excellent opportunity for small time entrepreneurs who are looking for a low capital, low start-up and low maintenance business operation.


Generally, cell phone accessory store is a lower risk venture compared to a restaurant business where you have to invest tons more of hard earned dollars. Like most businesses, a cell phone accessory store’s major overhead is rent space. However unlike other businesses, this opportunity doesn't rely too much on utility use. A small stall which is visible and easily accessible to walker-bys works great! You add a signage that catches eyes and a couple of see threw glass cabinets with a number of sturdy chairs and you are set. The key is low expenses and liabilities.


Even though the cell phone accessory market is a profitable one, it is also highly competitive. In addition to cell phone franchises selling accessories, independent stores and kiosks can be found in many malls and other public areas. The Internet is also filled with websites and web stores eager to sell cell phone accessories. But if you can find a location with limited competition or create an online presence that outshines the competition, you can build a profitable small business selling cell phone accessories.



Wednesday, April 16, 2014

How to Start a Furniture Store

Furniture Store
Some enjoy furniture shopping and others don't. As the owner of a furniture sales store, your customers need to enjoy looking through your store.The decision to open a Furniture Store must be made with the recognition of an over saturation of furniture goods in most markets and hence intense competition for customers. Under those conditions, a new furniture store would need to firmly ascertain that a need exists for the store, then acquire inventory, financing, and an operations staff




Tuesday, April 15, 2014

How to Start a Shoe Store Business

Shoe Store BusinessA shoe store or shoe shop is a type of retailer that specializes in selling shoes. From slippers to athletic shoes to boots, the store could also sell shoe accessories, including insoles, shoelaces, shoe horns, shoe polish, etc. In addition, shoe stores may provide clothing and fashion accessories, such as handbags, sunglasses, backpacks, socks, and hosiery.


A shoe repair shop is a type of business establishment that fixes and remodels shoes and boots. Besides a shoe repair shop, a shoe repairer could work in department stores or shoe stores.


A wide variety of shoe stores are available to consumers, from those made just for babies to shoe stores for brides and grooms. A shoe store is versatile, in that it can be operated physically within your local community or online, where you can service customers worldwide. Opening a shoe store requires planning and a good deal of preparation, but it can be a lucrative way to make money. If you are into fashion and looking to start a retail operation, opening a shoe store may be the ideal business for you.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

How to Start a Baby Store


How to Start a Baby StoreBy opening a baby store, you can help expectant parents and family members get the supplies and clothing they need for their little ones. If you enjoy children, this can be a very fulfilling business and it can be extremely lucrative at the same time. Babies require many different goods and the supply will keep on coming. Many people find joy in looking at baby items and shopping for baby gifts. So, why not be the one to supply those popular items. Before opening up a baby store, make sure to get to know what products sell best, and learn the guidelines that will lead you to success. 

Saturday, April 12, 2014

How to Open a Tobacco and Beer Store

Tobacco and Beer StoreAn expansive, affordable inventory sets a tobacco and beer specialty retailer apart from a consumer's other options, such as convenience stores. Choosing an accessible location for your store is essential, as are unique products. Abiding by all state and local laws is also essential, so obtain a license to sell beer and tobacco products from your city government and ensure all employees meet established age requirements, which vary from state to state. In Kentucky as of this article's publication, workers of any age can sell tobacco products, but in Washington state, minors must be supervised by an adult employee when selling tobacco. Alcohol sales are similarly regulated.