Top Small Business Ideas in India

Today we are experiencing a 21st-century breakdown, where regardless of any circumstances, money and business is taking over.

Technology, Internet and Networking together have created a land of opportunities for newbies and startups to begin a successful business and evolve into a master.

Be it online shopping, social media, consultancy, education, fashion, Movies, Music, etc. Business today is everywhere. No business has ever begun or begins as a million dollar venture.

Many passionate young Indians always have a question in mind that what are best small business Ideas in India? they can start.

Facebook initiated from a Dorm room. Metallica began inside a garage. WhatsApp was made by people who were rejected by Facebook.

All these big names started with a low investment budget which later evolved into a national or international phenomenon. So clearly investment is never a roadblock if you are passionate about your business and want to make it big.

Today India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and a hub for IT and business startups. Thus, in this article, we will discuss the best small business ideas for India with low investment.

Also Read: How to register a company in India

20 Best Small Business Ideas in India with Low Investment

 

Since Internet technology has become the backbone of every established business, let us begin with the business ideas that are majorly or solely based on Internet usage.

#1 Social media services

 

Social media has completely taken the scene of communication, advertising and online marketing to the next level. Any well-established brand or business you name today has a social media handle to manage its advertising and marketing to dish out sales and earn higher profits.

Apart from this, Newer Social Media apps are being developed every now on then with an aim to make it big in the market.

While Facebook Facebook is the global leader here, Linkedin took it to a newer level as it solely focused on promoting people’s business and networking through social media.

Today Linkedin is globally touted as “The Facebook for business”. Even Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has an account on Linkedin.

WhatsApp, the world’s number one instant messaging app today has an Indian rival in going by the name “Hike”. WhatsApp was doing great and still is.

Hike messenger gave instant messaging a different turn by adding features like video stories, live filters, stickers, games, etc. Today Hike has a user base of over 150 million worldwide.

All you need to do is

– Come up with a new idea or twist an existing idea in a more creative and unique manner.

– Approach a reliable app developer to create the app.

– Approach an advertiser for pricing and promotion.

– Target the right section of the audience and deliver.

– It’s a simple logic, “It’s not about who has it first. It’s about who has it best!”

#2 Blogging

 

Since the last decade, blogging has created a platform for people and businesses to share and spread knowledge and opinion through online contents and posts.

It has now become a profession that earns you both income and respect. If you go out on a survey today, you will find at least one blogger in every 10 people you come across.

More than that, you will find that every startup that has just began, is moderately successful or even well established, is a blogger. Blogging is considered a backbone for every successful business.

It has gained much popularity lately and has had crucial impacts on the worlds of politics, business, and society. People and businesses around the world are recognizing the power of bloggers as online influencers.

Becoming a blogger is pretty easy, but keeping up with it requires sincere dedication and passion. There are numerous free guides available online that can help you create a blog within minutes.

To become a successful blogger, you need to

– Know your passion and choose the right niche. Just having a business idea is never enough. You need to be p

Why  Freshers Not getting Jobs in India?

USA produces around 1 lakh Engineers per year for a $ 16 Trillion Economy.

India produces 15 lakhs Engineers for a $ 2 Trillion Economy.

The earlier mass recruiting sector was Manufacturing. It used to recruit from the core branches like Electrical Mechanical, Civil etc. But, Manufacturing is relatively stagnant at 17% of the GDP. So the core branch placements have become very difficult.

Mohammed A. Omar Sais:
@Akshay BHARDWAJ Entrepreneurship is not for one… You are a PHP Developer with 4 years experience… You can easily move up the value chain and train couple of IT Engineers with the practical skills needed for Web Development in the job market … Each one who is THINKING has to do his part…

Somnath Dey :
you rightly said “Entrepreneurship” is the key and also popped a question if a mechanical engineer could design a frame (to provide some reference to the context). In the similar context, if they have no idea of what they studied, then how could they innovate and become Entrepreneurs/run an organization?
I believe diversified skill-building programs (including Entrepreneurship) implemented on large scale would be one of the major differentiators

Prashant Zawar
CEO & Founder at Innovative Vastunirman Pvt. Ltd.   Replied  to Somnath Dey 
very aptly said. Thank you for sharing. Every newspaper should talk everyday not only on Sundays & every TV channels should talk everyday not only on Saturday about enterprenuership & their stories. From all sectors. I am again saying to create awareness of it at home over a cup of tea & at dining table discussion should be about that not about package. There has to be even a story of failures & it’s learning as well in Media. Failed enterprenuers also should get platform to share their stories . If we are able to do this then situation will change. Let me give you an example how many success stories of a Good Vechicle service centre ever talked about? How many success stories of good paintaing contractors are talked about? How many success stories of Good trading companies are talked about? Because either we talk about someone who is doing great Wada Pav , Tea or some app or some tech company or some online so called e- business. GIVE A THOUGHT,
Thank you for reading & sharing

Mudit singh  

Civil Engineer  said:

There is a solution to it …. Companies are mainly afraid to try some begginer as the quality of engineers is not that good but there is a possibility tht he/she may be a great learner …. Solution is hire freshers on no salary just give them accomodation or give tht salary that he/she can pay rents or even don’t pay anything try them for few months atleast and decide after that if they are profitable for your company or not if yes hire them atleast they should have a proper chance. That is not their mistake tht they are not quality engineers , institutions/ regulatory authorities are also responsible for this scenario.

Faisal Khan  

Co-Founder/Engineer at RAN Wireless Pvt. Ltd.

Reply

The problem who is allowing students with low grades to engineering why there are so many private colleges they take admissions for the sake of money but they don’t invest in nurturing the students and that’s there problem is in college I was way dumb with no confidence doesn’t know what I am going to do in life but slowly industry and the people around help me in building my confidence any zero can be hero just you need invest in them we being Indians providing services to the globe

Gains in the green mark, Sensex regains 35000 level, Nifty below 10700

On Monday, the new season of the Stock Market started in the green mark. 30 scrips of BSE Sensex 35,033 while NSE 50 shares of Nifty Opened at 10,655 units.

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The shares which were heavily bought on the BSE include Peju Zuler, Warnsey Rubber, Radha Dave, Swastik Investment, Polymer Ltd., Kalpana Industries, Loyal Textile, Interest Soya Industries, SPML Infra, Sunil Healthcare and Steelco in Gujarat climbing from 10.23 to 19.59%. Went. At the same time, shares of MPS Infotech is, PC Zuler, SRS Ltd., Interest Soya Industries, SPML Infra, on NSE< saw an increase of 10.38 to 50%. Among the falling shares on BSE, WS Industries (14.29%), Willan Hotels (13.92%), TVG SRAAC (10.37%), Green Resource (33.33%) on NSE, Uttam Valu Steel (25%),KSS Ltd (20%), FCS Software (16.27%), Bhagarya Industries(10.67%) broke.

Shopping करने का आसान तरीका Online Shopping

हो सकता है आपने online shopping की हो, या हो सकता है आपने अभी तक कुछ भी online ना ख़रीदा हो। लेकिन हम आपको बताते हैं की Online Shopping करना क्यों आपके लिए फ़ायदेमंद है। शायद आपके मन में कुछ सवाल हों, उनका जवाब भी आपको यहाँ मिलेगा।

1. बेहतर दाम (Better Price)

जी हाँ, यह सच है की आपको online सस्ता सामान मिलता है, वजह है discounts और Cash Back।

कुछ भी सामान online ख़रीदने से पहले अगर आप थोड़ा research कर लें तो आपको ज़रूर अच्छा दाम मिलेगा और हो सकता है बाज़ार से 4000 – 5000 रुपए सस्ते में सामान मिल जाए। फ़ायदा उठाने के लिए सभी online shopping sites (Flipkart.com, Amazon.com, Snapdeal.com और paytm.com) पर product search करें और देखें कहा सस्ता मिल रहा है। आप अन्य पर भी देख सकते हैं। इस website पर आपको product सबसे सस्ता कहा मिल रहा है यह पता चल जाएगा। कुछ समय इंतज़ार करें और price चेक करते रहें। Credit Card और Debit Card पर 5% से लेकर 15% तक का discount भी मिलता है, अगर आपके पास उस बैंक का Credit या Debit Card नहीं है किसी दोस्त को कहकर पेमेंट करवा सकते हैं और उन्हें cash दे सकते है| paytm और mobikwik wallet से पेमेंट करने पर भी आपको discount मिल सकता है

Online shopping करने के बाद आप कह सकते है ये आसन और सस्ती है।

2. ज़्यादा Choice

जी हाँ online shopping sites पर आपको लाखों चॉइस मिलती हैं, जो की आपको बाजार में या मॉल की किसी दुकान पर न मिले।

3. पूरी जानकारी

किसी भी product को खरीदने से पहले आप उस product की पूरी जानकारी देख सकते हैं, जो की शायद आपको दुकानदार अच्छी तरह से न समझा पाए.

3. तुलना (Comparison)

मान लो आपको 1000 का एक मोबाइल खरीदना है, तो 4 मोबाइल compare कर सकते हो, जिससे की आपको उन चारों मोबाइल में क्या फ़र्क़ है पता लगेगा और उनमे से एक बेहतर मोबाइल चुन पाएंगे ।

4. User Reviews

जो भी सामान आप खरदने वाले हैं, उसका आप reviews देख कर सामान ले | ये वो चीज है जो लोग सामान को खरीदने के बाद आपना reaction दिए होंगे यानि सामान अच्छा है या नहीं| तो उन लोगों को इस्तेमाल करने पर वह product कैसा लगा, यह आप उस product के user reviews में देख सकते हैं. User Reviews को पढ़ने से आप उस product को खरीदने या न खरीदने का फैसला ले सकते हैं|

5. पसंद न आये या ख़राब निकले तो एक्सचेंज या वापस आसानी से (Easy Exchange & Returns)

आमतौर पर दुकान से खरीदारी के बाद आप वस्तु को वापस नहीं कर सकते, अगर आप online खरीदारी करते है तो return policy होता है और आप वापस कर सकते है अगर सामान ख़राब निकले या साइज फिट न हो तो आप आसानी से यूज़ किया हुआ सामान वापस कर सकते हैं और दूसरा मंगा सकते हैं, इसके लिए आपसे कोई चार्ज नहीं लिया जाता।

6. घर बैठे मंगाये अपना मनपसंद सामान

सबसे बड़ा फायदा तो यह है कि आपको कही भी जाने की जरूरत नहीं है यू समझे की मार्किट आपके घर पे आ गया है और आपका मनपसंद सामान आपके घर पहुँच जाता है. ऑनलाइन maketing आपका समय और धन दोनों बचाता है|

अगर आपके पास debit card, credit card और internet banking नहीं है तो, आप डिलीवरी मिलने पर cash पेमेंट भी कर सकते हैं.

तो ये थे online shopping के 6 फायदे।

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