Business Ideas

Huge lists of business ideas to start in every industry. Covered are business ideas for kids, business ideas for teens, business ideas for women plus hundreds and hundreds more business ideas for entrepreneurs of every skill level.

The articles below are aimed at helping you sort through the many options and decide on the business idea that will work best for you.

65 Side Businesses You Can Start

If you've got a little extra time on your hands or have a want for a little extra money, consider one or more of these 65 side businesses you can start ... most from your home.

17 Great Business Ideas as a Second Career

If you're tired of working for others and ready to start working for yourself, or just need a change in business, check out these 19 options for a second career as a startup owner.

50 Low Tech Businesses You Can Start

In today's fast-paced, hi-tech world, there's still a great need for businesses that aren't necessarily based in technology. Check out these 50 low-tech businesses you can start.

50 Unusual Pet Businesses to Start

People love their pets and they'll do almost anything to make them happy, no matter how it lightens their wallets. And for every oddball pet product and service out there, there's an entrepreneur behind it. Check out these 50 unusual pet businesses you can start.

50 Most Fun Home-Based Businesses

More and more businesses are being run from living rooms, basements, dens, and garages. That's because technology has allowed us to remove the traditional workspace in favor of the home. Here are 50 fun home-based businesses you can start with a little know-how and some extra space at home.

10 Business Ideas for the Summer

Summertime means fun in the sun for a lot of people. But it's also a time that's teeming with seasonal small business opportunities. Check out this list of business ideas for the summer.

Great Small Business Ideas You Can Start for Less Than $100

25 Businesses You Can Start for Less Than $100

Are there really businesses you can start for less than $100? The dating site eFlirt was started with $50 and a Twitter account. Here are 25 great business ideas.