Starting your own business doesn’t always need to be risky. Though many individuals taking the leap into business ownership put a lot on the line in order to make their dreams a reality, it is possible to begin this new chapter in your life by making it a side project initially and expanding operations as and when you choose to.
In recent years, the focus has been centred all around investing in a food truck or pop-up operation, but during such unprecedented times as these, one of the most affordable and practical ways to start-up is to do so from your very own home.
There are many people out there at the moment who for one reason or another can’t afford the luxury of going “all in” with a business. It may be because you or a member of your household is in a high risk catergory when it comes to Covid-19 transmission, redundancy looms and you’ve not got the savings to invest much, or simply that you feel safer working from home right now; whatever it is, starting your own business from home is a great solution if you have the skills and passion for food or beverages and want to earn some extra income.