Royalty Free Business Ideas for Startup

Free, great ideas for starting business at all levels.

"To start a great business, you don't need to use your own idea"
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Teach. Teach initial coding, data analytics and REACT JS, or wix

Teaching will be big business. It used to be only schools and colleges teach as a business, now everyone can. Develop a class and get benefits.

Examples:

Khan academy, Udemy.

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

solo

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Build a website and compete, in large open new field such as Monday.com and Zoom, or Reddit.

Compete with a new validated entrant to a large space. Articulate a subset of users and make them feel valued.

Examples:

Quickly follow monday.com, reddit.com, pinterest

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

solo, group

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Never made product, run business or started business before? no capital or low? some advice.

If it is your first time, never take a chance, because your odds are already very low. Use someone else's idea to execute. Don't make something and then find "strangers" to sell. Don't solve problems. Use this guide to design an idea, don't just come up with one. https://www.sevenparallel.com/post/how-to-design-a-good-idea

Examples:

Facebook

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

Solo, group

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Curated list/digest information for target audience

The internet is expanding and high quality contents are everywhere. A place like Reddit is nice but there should be a place where high quality contents are selected. It basically would augment Google's search algorithm.

Examples:

Pocket, Tumblr

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

solo, group

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A safe practice drill for software engineers

Make an APP that is already selling in APP stores, or make a software that is popular. REMAKE it.

Examples:

Photoshop and GIMP, which is a free version of photoshop. It is a practice, but copying is a form of doing and good learning.

Capital Requirement:

Low to medium

Type of business

Solo

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A safe practice drill for electrical engineers

If you are EE or ME students, first REMAKE a popular product. Don't make a new one out of your own idea. Go to Amazon or other places and find what is already SELLING, and remake it, and offer it to the market.

Examples:

Position tracker, video monitor, QA audio bot

Capital Requirement:

Low to medium

Type of business

Solo

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Tech side hobby/practice - games, AI

Make a role playing game (RPG) game or AI analytics code. AI (such as Q&A bot) and virtual world entertainment is the future.

Examples:

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

Solo

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Path for business concepts for consumer audiences

Work on things that related to consumer enjoyment such as gaming and video. Build platform such as online platforms.

Examples:

TikTok, Tweeter, Hot Mail

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

Solo or group

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Path for business concepts for sell-able business idea

Protect big business. Attack the business. In both cases, companies can be sold or operated with good profit margin. In some cases, this kind of business can be solo and low budget.

Examples:

Inscatech

Capital Requirement:

Low to moderate

Type of business

Solo or group

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Blue Apron style meal kits for seniors

Senior population is growing and you can build a channel to access that market. Examples include Blue Apron. It is a eating experience, not just food.

Examples:

Blue Apron

Capital Requirement:

Moderate to high customer acquisition costs

Type of business

Group

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Scaling for efficiency with solo efforts

If you can program, identify an area where you can automate a process. Reinvent, don't invent.

Examples:

This is a solo practice. Don't invent. Don't make anything that is not already selling.

Capital Requirement:

Low

Type of business

Solo

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A safe practice drill

Startup first time is hard struggle. If you have a job you may want to do a side project as a practice. Here are some suggestions.

Examples:

Startup is hard. You ust practice, drill, before you launch.

Capital Requirement:

Low, 1000 dollars max.

Type of business

Solo

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