In Ridgefield, WA we have a small store downtown that has changed business hands so many times my head is swimming. It was a Laundromat, a boutique shop, a computer repair shop, and now a barber shop. I don’t expect this new business to pan out either.
When beginning a business, www.business-opportunities.biz/2007/04/11/20-things-not-to-do-before-starting-a-business/ discusses what you should and should not do. One of those tips is to research whether or not you have a niche in which your product or service people will want to pay money for. All these businesses that went through this building have not made enough money to support their product; so the next step would be to determine where you can put your business so you can make the most money.
Asian business opportunities
Perhaps you are a current business owner and you are contemplating expanding overseas, or you are a prospective business owner and you are wondering if Asia will receive your business. Either way it is a fact that Asia has ¾ of the world’s population which speaks loudly of all types of business opportunities from clothing to gifts to food and especially anything technological. Asia is the giant of the technology hub as many companies such as Nokia and Sony can attest to.
Since Asia is made up of 49 states, you will need to do a little bit of research to determine where your business will be viable. According to http://www.business-in-asia.com/article_questions.html, “State and federal trade development agencies publish trade statistics and country market reports that can help you learn more and make informed decisions.”
So, pack up your clothes, purchase a cheap business flight and begin a new chapter to your life while you explore business opportunities in Asia.