Brian Winch | November 07, 2016
If you live in a large metropolitan area, the opportunities to grow your business and make an impact on your community are greater. According to the National League of Cities, small “homegrown” businesses create new jobs, employ local residents and create a community’s unique sense of place that enhances quality of life. If you’re an entrepreneur looking for small-business-ideas-for-big-cities you need to be conscious of the fact that some types of businesses will be potentially more successful in larger cities. A commercial parking lot litter removal business, for example, would do much better in a city than a rural setting. Shannon Gausepohl has written about a few types of small-business-ideas-for-big-cities worth checking out.
A city with a high population density — and a large potential customer base — can be a great place to start a business. Here are some ideas for small businesses to start in a big city. Read more…