Auto Parts Store
Auto parts aren’t necessarily inexpensive to stock. But you can save money in other areas like your actual location.
You can also open up a retail store that focuses on selling things like scrubs and work uniforms, which are fairly inexpensive to stock.
Or you can open up a print shop where you sell custom signs and other printed goods from a small storefront.
Kids products like clothing and toys are relatively inexpensive and don’t take up much space. So you can open up a specialty kids store without a ton of cost.
Pet Supply Store
Similarly, you can open up a small store that sells pet food, toys and other items specifically for dogs, cats and other animals.
Or you can open up a beauty shop where you sell makeup, hair products and other beauty related items.
You can also open up a floral shop where you put together flower arrangements and sell those finished products to consumers.
eCommerce Drop-Off Store
If you want to sell product online but don’t have a lot of inventory to start, you can set up a storefront where you collect items to sell on consignment.
You can also open up a retail kiosk to sell small items directly to consumers. You can set up kiosks in shopping centers or other places with lots of foot traffic and stock those kiosks with small products.
Or you can focus on vending machines that dispense small snacks or similar items.
If you only want to sell items on occasion, you can sell goods at pop-up shops so you don’t have to invest in a dedicated retail space.
Flea Market Vendor
Or you can sell various types of items at flea markets or similar events instead of investing in a storefront.
Subscription Box Service
Subscription boxes offer a unique way to deliver products that has become increasingly popular in recent years. You can choose a specific niche and then set up a subscription system that allows you to sell products without a lot of overhead.
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