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Opportunities For New Businesses In 2014 - Empowered Ezine Analyzes Some Innovative Ideas

SAN DIEGO, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- EmpoweredEzine.com is an article directory that gives new and experienced entrepreneurs access to informative articles and sage advice from successful business owners and industry professionals. The website's motto "Where Knowledge Equals Power" sums up the goal of each article posted for the readers. Empowered Ezine is always coming up with new and exciting ways to provide readers with some of the best business ideas of today. This is reflected in one of their newest articles which presents three great opportunities for new businesses in 2014 that readers can pursue and profit from in the year ahead.

"There are a wide variety of ideas for starting your own business in 2014, as the recession that struck the United States over the past five to six years appears to finally be receding. This means that the economy will be in an upswing and now is the perfect time to start a new business, as long as it's providing products or a service that people want. A few ideas for some businesses that may succeed in the new year of 2014 are listed below" claims the Empowered Ezine article. As stated, the article continues by labeling a few business ideas which include: 

Starting a wearable tech store - this includes a wide array of wearable gadgets and technology. From smart phones to smart glasses and goggles (like the much hyped Google Glasses), Empowered Ezine labels wearable technology as being one of the soon-to-be popular waves in the technology market, rivaling even smart phones. While a wearable tech store is considered more of a gamble, it could be a smart one. Combining style and practicality, potential business owners may find this a great new business idea for 2014 while it is still relatively new.

Another business idea that Empowered Ezine recommends is Electric Car Accessories. The article states: "The electric car has been around for a while now, but it seems that with the success of the Tesla and other models of name brand American cars that 2014 will really be the year of the electric car. While it may be tough to up and start an electric car dealership itself, selling things that electric cars need, like adaptors, chargers and cheaper batteries, may be a garden industry worth investing in. This may take a lot of research and start-up capital but there is no doubt the electric car is only going to get more popular in 2014 and beyond."

The third new business idea mentioned in the article that has caused business planners in the past to steer away is now considered perfectly legal and even profitable, and that is opening a Marijuana store. Once illegal, a new law considered the recreational use of marijuana legal in the states of Washington and Colorado back in 2012, and will go into full effect by 2014. While only legal in two states presently, there is a possibility that marijuana legalization may spread to other states. The article expounds on this further: 

"These states will be testing grounds, so to speak, for this new industry, to see how it effects the people of the state and how much money it makes. If it is a success, then there is no doubt many other states will follow suit and legalize marijuana so they can tax it and make more money for the local governments. In other words, getting in on the ground floor to big marijuana as many people have taken to calling it, could make you a lot of money in the future."

These are just a few small business ideas that Empowered Ezine recommends keeping an eye out for. To learn more about these ideas for new businesses in 2014, visit Empowered Ezine to read the full article.

Media Contact: Kevin Blue, EmpoweredEzine.com, 949-292-8401, [email protected]

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