Some good businesses to own, as of September 2015, include a fitness center for millenials, recycling pick-up, health care consulting and freelancing. Others are translation services, traveling salons, smartphone repair, children-friendly applications and software training.
With advanced technology and improved lifestyles, converting skills into money is easier than before. Companies are turning to contract and freelance workers to do some of their tasks. Freelancer.com has more than a million projects in areas such as web search, data entry and academic writing, which provides numerous avenues for entrepreneurs to create freelancing companies.
Both young and old people are more health-conscious than previous generations, and this makes millennial fitness centers or health clubs worthy businesses. Other successful business ventures are ones that focus on an increased need for convenience and comfort.