Latest 5 New business ideas which can make you boss

The world is full of a businessman. Everyone has their own business. Bu in this article, we are introducing some new business ideas which nobody has started. We hope you will love to do work in these businesses. If you like our ideas never forget to share it with your friends.
 New business ideas
 New business ideas 

1. Pop-up store express

Fashion, furniture or designer objects: the pop-up store concept has been very successful in recent years, focusing on the surprise and entertainment of consumers. The Storefront start-up aims to facilitate the rental and provision of spaces that can accommodate this type of shop.
Raphaël Conz: “It is a judicious concept for certain products adapted to this type of sales. But I fear that the size of the Swiss market is not sufficient, except in Zurich and Geneva. On the other hand, Storefront could add these two cities as well as others (Lausanne, Berne, Lugano, etc.) to its international catalog. The pop-up connects in well-targeted urban areas. ”

2. Culinary tasting kits

Try before you buy is the watchword of Try Food, which offers various gastronomic product testing kits online. Olive oil, vinegar, pepper or gin can be ordered in small formats, accompanied by a descriptive booklet, in order to test which product is best suited. Customers can then purchase their favorite products in greater quantity from the brand's website.
David Davinroy: “I think the Swiss population likes the idea of ​​being able to try a product before venturing out. On the other hand, the approach is relatively demanding in my opinion. The consumer must go to the site for the first time to order the kit, then a second time as soon as the preferred product is chosen. But the presentation and packaging offered by the brand are really successful, which makes it an ideal gift. It would, therefore, be necessary to adjust the concept in order to go beyond specific consumption and find a way to make it work on a more daily basis. ”

3. Mobile charging of electric vehicles

A solution to bring power directly to mobile consumers.  © DR
In Germany, the boom in the electric vehicle market has prompted Ubitricity to develop a solution to bring power directly to mobile consumers. The company has thus developed with Siemens a portable charging cable that can be connected to terminals installed in the city. Also active in the United Kingdom, Ubitricity has nearly 300 charging stations installed around London. A connected mobile application allows you to follow your electricity consumption in real-time to make your payments.
Jörg Beckmann: “This innovation is clearly in line with the current mobility trend. Almost all of the 800 companies active in the Swiss electricity sector are seeking to join the new market for electric vehicles. Their challenge: to succeed in associating with the cities
and large groups that manage
the network. ”

4. Simplified agrifood transactions

Founded by two former farmers, the Australian start-up AgriDigital is developing an offer simplifying transactions throughout the production and sale chain of agrifood products. Using blockchain technology, it notably eliminates the tedious and repetitive steps related to the drafting and sending of contracts.
Caroline Coquerel: “This project is part of the trend of food tech and agritech start-ups. This Australian project seems to be geared towards a specific type of farmers (in terms of area, products and a certain volume of production). To adapt it to our territory, it would be important to study the adequacy between the target audiences of this tool and the structuring of our agricultural world, through a market study and partners who know the field very well. ”

5. Airbnb for older owners

With age, the family nest becomes empty. The American company Silvernest offers seniors a solution to facilitate the rental of a room in their house. A web platform links potential owners and tenants. The approach aims to fight against the loneliness of the elderly, but also to provide them with some income. The structure also supports the owner in his administrative and financial procedures. Already available in sixteen cities, the device should extend to New York, Boston and Seattle soon.
Hilary Murphy: “Many baby boomers are reaching retirement age. Some want company, others need income. This is an interesting opportunity for many of them. It would be great if the system could screen and match potential candidates since seniors are vulnerable. There should be a trial period for long stays, as well as an easy exit clause for both parties in the event of a culture shock! ”

6. Loyalty card on the tablet

No more loyalty cards that accumulate in drawers or wallets! This is the idea of ​​Spoqa, a South Korean start-up that installs shelves in stores, restaurants or cafes. Tactile supports allow customers to enter their phone number and earn loyalty points without having to install a mobile application or have a loyalty card. The company claims more than 12 million users in South Korea and 10,000 partners.
Frank Gerritzen: “The idea is attractive to make life easier for customers and, for the merchant, to retain them. The devil is in the details, however: the complexity will be to reach its goal with the least amount of manipulation and time possible. Check out Twint, the Swiss bank payment app that's struggling to take off. It is much easier to take out a credit card than to open the Twint app, turn on the Bluetooth, approve the payment (relatively long). In this kind of service, the customer has to earn something other than points, in this case time or money. ”

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