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Low-investment business ideas to succeed during COVID-19

Low-investment business ideas to succeed during COVID-19

While the novel coronavirus damages many businesses, it paves way for new businesses. Many new things like wearing facemasks, using hand sanitizers have become new normal now.

Moreover, many such things now become essential in the lives of humans. Hence, business aspirants can grab these opportunities and start their venture with low investment.

Here is a list of some business ideas that need low investment to succeed during COVID-19:

Online tutoring is widely used now. The demand for online classes and courses has been growing due to COVID-19 prevalence. One can start this service with just ₹1,000 by simply giving advertisement in a local newspaper or giving a digital advertisement. If you have many contacts in your WhatsApp groups or contacts, you can share this information without spending any money. If you create a brand and provide quality service, you will sustain in the market for a long-term.

Food delivery is another service demanded by many people. The demand for home-cooked food has been growing. Hence, many startups emerged during the lockdown and succeeded. You can also start this service with ₹10,000 to ₹20,000.

PPE kits and facemasks are essential now. Demand for these items has been increasing. So, anyone can start manufacturing surgical wear like gowns with an investment of ₹40,000. Similarly, if you want to make facemasks, you can start it with ₹20,000. At the same time, disposable gloves also have huge demand. Establishing a facility for manufacturing disposable gloves can cost you around ₹50,000.

Soaps, especially ayurvedic soaps with herbs that prevent viral infections have huge demand. One can start manufacturing with an investment of ₹20,000.

Due to the increase in health-consciousness and awareness of hygiene, demand for hygiene products has increased. Tissue papers are one such product demanded nowadays. You can start this business with ₹30,000.

Ayurvedic snacks and herbal teas with immunity-booting ingredients are also demanded by many people. You can start this business with an investment of ₹30,000 to ₹40,000.

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