Low-budget business ideas.

Excellent selection of real business ideas with minimal investment for those who are going to open a business.

We threw a seasonal and low-profit types of income, and the remaining ideas for your convenience, sorted by size of investments into 3 groups: up to 100 thousand rubles from 100 to 200 thousand from 200 to 300 thousand rubles. 5. The soap (a similar idea: the production of handmade soap – 6. Resale log cabins baths – 7. Manufacturing of mirror tiles 10. The resale of grain – 17. Lunch delivery – 18. Rental apartments rent – 19. Providing loaders – 20. Attraction “Drunk log” – 21. Glass matting – 22. The manufacture of plates with house numbers – house signs manufacturer – 23. Firewood sale – 26. The production of colored crushed stone – 28. Manufacturer of boxes for dogs – 29. Advertising pillars – 30. Directory of extreme situations – 31. Production of business cards – 32. Farm breeding worms – 33. Aerial photo – 34. The sale of popcorn – 36. Advertising on the headrests – 37. Manufacture of seals and stamps – 38. Courier service – 39. Taxi service – 40. Tinting the Windows of apartments and offices – 41. Making icons – 42. Installation of suspended ceilings – 43. Sale of used brick (like the idea of selling used building materials – 44. Oxygen bar – 45. The production of suburban shops – 46. Polishing the car body – (a similar idea: headlight polishing – ) 47. Reklama elevators – 48. Seasonal tire storage – 49. Venetian blinds – 50. The production of garden houses and gazebos – 51. The production of cotton candy.

The amount of investment from 100 to 200 thousand rubles.

53. Paint the car in a polymer composite – 54. Installation of takamatu – 55. Fighting RC tanks – 61. Car stickers – 62. Advertising newspaper – 63. Manufacturer of photo tiles begins with 67. Manufacturer of self-leveling 3D floors – 74. Immersion seal 75. Point for the sale of med – 76. Mobile planetarium – 77. Tire workshop – 80. Production of paving slabs.

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Says co-owner co-working center workstation Mikhail Komarov.

The idea to open a coworking center was born in 2008. I wanted to work in a good office, but paying a lot does not like. Then I got the idea to make a coworking space. Expand text .. Started the search of the premises which lasted for nearly four years,” says co-owner co-working center workstation Mikhail Komarov. “Workstation” was opened on 1 August, and in September the company became incorporated in the business plan financial results Dec.

Open coworking center at a first glance, a rather attractive idea. The “entry ticket” budget: need to rent office space — enough to start 50-100 m, purchase furniture and office equipment, to spend online. All this can be done quickly: the preparatory period is usually from one to three months. All, you can invite tenants.

Each of them can count on an individual workstation in open space. As a rule, a man given to 6-8 sq m, which is a Desk with office equipment and Internet access. To be productive and not distracted by all sorts of stuff, in a co-working center is usually a meeting room (it can be rented for a fee), lounge, kitchen. The workplace can be assigned to the tenant or not. In the latter case, you can use any free Desk or sofa is cheaper. Rent a place for a month, a day or a few hours.

For example, in a co-working center at the plant “Bottle” the cost of the workplace is 9900 rubles per month or 430 RUB. per day. In the Novosibirsk co-working of the NCC — 4500 RUB. per month 500 RUB. per day or 100 rubles per hour. In Nizhny Novgorod “Polygon KTS” the price of jobs starting from 3000 RUB per month.

The main target audience of the coworking center — freelancers, aspiring entrepreneurs, and small businesses. “The model of coworking economically beneficial owners of premises and tenants,— said General Director of state budget institution “Small business of Moscow” Dmitry Molchanov.— For the entrepreneur this salvation: it is possible quickly, without delay to enter into a contract and begin working, you already have everything: local phone, and Internet, and storage lockers, and a café and meeting rooms. Rent one-three jobs in 10 000. a month is much cheaper than to rent a separate office. An alternative would be room for about 50 squares, but it will need to make repairs, to arrange a meeting room to hold the Internet. Of 30 000 it is impossible to meet. Besides, in Moscow’s acute shortage of small premises”. From the point of view of the owner, the format of co-working is also cheaper than cut the room into small pieces, continues Molchanov. Because then a lot of space is simply lost.

The ratio of the difference between the rate of office rent and the rent obtained by the model of coworking, and is 1.7–2 depending on the location and size of the facility, says General Director of OOO “Company “Moscow office”” the Huadu Ruslan. “For example, we have a room of 35 sqm in the area of Ilyich. If you rent it as an office, more than 40 000 rubles per month will not be available. But we rent it as a co-working center, the monthly not less than 100 000 rubles”,— says the Huadu. In a successful coworking the current profitability of the business reaches 60.

However, this attractive model has not worked in Russia, 2008-2009. After the crisis, a lot of office space empty, and to remove them can be had quite cheap. However, the majority then opened coworking centers are unable to attract tenants and closed within three to four months. One of the reasons facilities were located in the wrong places and were uncomfortable. “For the target audience to the coworking center is one of the main parameters is the place. Our premises located within the Garden ring and not more than five to seven minutes from the metro, filled to 100%. But when we tried to open the coworking on Mozhaisk highway, where the subway had to get transport, we are unable to fill more than 30%”,— says Ruslan the Huadu. The second reason is three or four years ago, the country just wasn’t enough consumer model of coworking. “Coworking need creative people who want to create new projects. They need a special space where they could communicate with each other, exchange ideas, discuss projects with colleagues. They have a flexible schedule, they can come in for two hours of the day and sit late into the night. They need to change the nature of the work: some time to sit with a laptop in a quiet working area, then move into a space where you can communicate and something to talk about. If you look at the American experience, there is often a combination of office and open areas according to the type of open space,”— said the Director for Russia and CIS Jones Lang LaSalle Julia Nikulicheva.

There is another reason which has not allowed many coworking the first wave to be successful. The popularity of coworking is linked to what the atmosphere will be created in it. It is a completely different model than renting space in a classic business centre. On the creation of an atmosphere of co-working need to work. Coworking is the business of thousands of little things, say his owners. Head of Saint-Petersburg co-working center “Area of the” Yury Lifshits believes that it is impossible to calculate logically the factors that will help the coworking become popular: “People should like the space, it has become a second home for them. How to achieve this? It’s magic. It would be like to answer the question: how to write a song to make people cry.

And you can still identify at least one factor that unites all successful coworking of the second wave. In addition to the delivery of jobs, there are plenty of additional activities. This helps to significantly improve the occupancy of the premises. “We regularly have both entertainment and educational events. For example, now an exhibition dedicated to interior design, in the framework of the project “Genius loci”. If running costs kept within reason, it turns out to work in plus. Our co-working center opened in March of this year, now the occupancy rate reaches 60-70%, and this is not the limit. Very good speaker, and after two or three months we plan to reach self-sufficiency,” says the head of the local co-working center e-coworking Olga Martyanova.

A variety of additional services offered to Novosibirsk co-working centre, NCC. “We have conducted various educational and entertainment events. For example, we conduct brainstorming, which helps to parse the “plugging” in business of each participant and to find a solution to the problem. We held the game “Mafia” and “Cash flow”, there’s some personal advice on business development, the ability to connect courier services call center”— says the head of the NCC Olesya Cherkasova.

It is also very important to constantly communicate with those who come to work in a coworking space. It helps to understand their needs, quick to respond and the result is to intensify the activity of coworking. So, in e-coworking is a room for children where you can leave the child under the supervision of a caregiver, and a relaxation room, which is also used for yoga and qigong. In the building where the centre is located, there are gyms and a conference hall for 50-70 people, which can be rented.

The demand for services provided by coworking centers, varies greatly from region to region. So, in Moscow the demand, apparently, was formed. This is evidenced, for example, the experience of the coworking “workstation”, which was released on one hundred percent occupancy rate in 40 days after opening.

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