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Small Business Ideas For Women 2014 - Empowered Ezine Shares Some Great Opportunities

SAN DIEGO, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- More women than ever will be taking up the challenges of owning a business this year. However, not all the business opportunities that are available to them will necessarily be successful. This is why it is so important for new entrepreneurs to study their business prospects thoroughly. A new Empowered Ezine article can help jump start the research into what small business ideas for women in 2014 will be the most successful, by looking at some of the best opportunities in a few very promising industries; in fact, these business ideas can be useful for anyone who is looking for a new business to start in 2014.

The Empowered Ezine article says, "2014 is going to be a great year for new entrepreneurs. There are more avenues than ever for new small business owners to advertise and sell their products and services, and the only difficulty in putting together a list of the best small business ideas 2014 has to offer is narrowing it down to a reasonable length. That being said, the following list is certainly not all-inclusive; there are many other very good ideas that could not be added here. However, the following small business ideas for 2014 can serve as a good starting point for further research."

Before getting into the actual business ideas, the EmpoweredEzine.com guide first gives some advice for those who are looking for a new business to begin in 2014. It says, "Before getting into some of the top picks for the coming year, here are a few reminders of things to consider when choosing a business to start in 2014.

1.    Try to choose something you enjoy and are good at doing whenever possible

2.    Be realistic about your startup budget and financing options

3.    Consider your time-budget and how time demanding the business idea would be

4.    Learn as much as you possibly can about your desired business before fully committing to it"

The article then lists some of the best business opportunities for women (and men) in 2014 as:

  • Creating Apps
  • Home or Office Cleaning Services
  • Tutoring and
  • Online Marketing

Empowered Ezine's guide gives a brief explanation of each business opportunity, outlining what the business would entail and why it is a popular business choice for 2014. For example, the article says of tutoring,

"You don't need to think of tutoring in the strictly traditional sense - usually teaching children to help them get caught up or ahead of their studies. This is still a good business; however, people are seeking tutors or coaches for many other areas, as well. If you are knowledgeable or skilled in any subject and have a knack for teaching, there are people who will willingly hire you to do so. You can offer classes in clients' homes, your own home, or set up an office or online system for remote learning."

Since women do very well in teaching businesses, with some studies suggesting that female-owned learning establishments last longer then male-owned businesses of the same type, this is one of the businesses that many women will likely want to do some research on.

The article ends by saying, "These are just a few of the great small business ideas for 2014. Researching these possibilities can give new entrepreneurs a good starting point when looking for the best business for their goals and needs."

For more information on this subject, click here to read the full guide at Empowered Ezine.

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

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