Here are 3 smart business ideas that match up well with the skills, interests and passions of Millennials – along with the experiences of a few who have used them successfully. But entrepreneurship is still possible for Millennials, defined in this article as adults under 35: Here are three smart business ideas that match up well with the skills, interests and passions of many in this generation — along with the experiences of a few who have used them successfully.
If you’re always glued to your phone, a graduate of Hootsuite University, and have most of your conversations in 140 characters or less, consider cultivating a client base of business owners who need help managing their brand’s social media platforms.
Choosing to work for a tutoring company first will likely keep you more stocked up with clients, thus reducing some risk.. at the same time, you can drum up tutoring clients on your own (not through the company), but be careful with the specifics of your contract with the tutoring company because there are usually clauses that specify not setting up a competing business.
If you know a thing or two about paid internet marketing and are comfortable with Google, a great way to make some extra income on the side is to manage a company’s Google Ad Campaigns , and gradually start bringing on more clients as your consulting business grows.
If you’ve developed valuable skill sets or certifications within your industry over the years, consider putting your skills to use in your free time by offering your consulting services to local business owners as a potentially lucrative side hustle business idea.