11 Great B2B Business Ideas for 2013
If you're looking for a great business idea, look no further than your fellow entrepreneurs. Startups are hot and new business owners are scrambling to get their new companies off the ground. But they can't do it all alone. Here are ten great new business ideas for companies that want to serve the business-to-business market.
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Socially responsible public relations
There are lots of PR firms out there, but as businesses become more specialized, so do their public relations needs. Socially responsible, fair trade, organic, local, B Corps and other kinds of businesses with a socially responsible bent need public relations firms that will market their story to a whole different audience and deliver a different kind of message. A PR firm that specializes in that kind of work will attract clients who know they need a specialist.
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Business plan writer
There are multitudes of budding entrepreneurs out there all struggling to <a href="http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/30-writing-small-business-plans-resources.html">write a business plan</a>. The problem is that many just don't have the experience necessary to put the document together. An entrepreneur with a background in business and good writing skills could start small and attract a few clients at a time.
Apps, apps and more apps. That's all small businesses hear about. The fact is, though, that most truly small businesses have no idea how to create or deploy an app. There are lots of companies out there willing to do it for them, but most are probably out of their price range. A startup that can afford to offer the service for less would surely find a niche market.
Niche Web design
Every company needs a website, right? But, finding a Web designer that understands their particular business, their customers and their competition isn't as easy as one would think. Building a Web design business that focuses on one niche will help you corner the market in one or two particular industries.
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<a href="http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/1106-business-to-business-b2b-marketing-content-sales-leads-sales-conversion.html">Content is king</a> on the web. Businesses use it to engage with customers and it helps their search engine rankings, too. But, what business owner has time to write a new blog post every day? A Web content company need only have one good writer (you) and a few good relationships with local small businesses. If it works out, you can add employees later.
Residential management company
Ask anyone who owns a rental property and they'll tell you it's a lot of work. Unfortunately, the recession has turned a lot of homeowners who couldn't sell their houses into unwitting landlords with no experience dealing with tenants or maintaining a rental property. If you are good with people and can manage difficult situations, a property management company would be a great way to get your feet wet in owning your own business.
Trade staffing agency
The economy still may be sluggish, but ask any contractor you know and you'll find out it's hard to find skilled trade laborers. While traditional headhunters generally focus on white-collar jobs, an employment agency that focused on building a database of qualified trade candidates would likely have lots of business.
Human resources outsourcing
Most smaller companies don't have the funds for a full-time human resources person, nor do they have time to wade through all the rules, regulations and insurance issues themselves. If you've got a background in HR, you could start working as a freelance HR person tomorrow.
Safety is another area that few small companies can afford to staff full-time. Yet, small businesses are forced to comply with increasingly complex and onerous safety regulations. A workplace safety consultant could provide his or her expertise without being on the payroll on a full-time basis.
<a href="http://finance.yahoo.com/news/small-business-doctors-going-broke-101200127.html">Doctors are facing a financial health crisis</a> . While they might be good at taking care of other people, doctors aren't necessarily equipped to handle running a business. With complicated health care reform, privacy and health insurance laws, not to mention billing and dealing with insurance companies, many doctors are losing their shirts. A medical office consulting firm that can bring order to a doctor's practice and help boost the bottom line is likely to have plenty of potential customers.
Self-published books are all the rage among businesses trying to promote themselves online. But, really, how many small business owners are qualified to write an engaging book? That's where your ghostwriting business comes in. Downloaded content will only continue to grow and so, therefore, will the need for people to write all those books.
Small Business Resource Center
If you're thinking about starting your own business, there are lots of decisions to be made. What kind of accounting software will you use? Will you do your own payroll our outsource it? BusinessNewsDaily's <a href="http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/2526-small-business-resource-center.html"target="_blank">Small Business Resource Center </a> will help you sort through the choices. Visit it <a href="http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/2526-small-business-resource-center.html"target="_blank" >here</a>.