Hmm….that’s a good question. They say green businesses have two advantages: (1) green is still a growing business and (2) you’re helping in making the world a better place.
Here a few of my ideas along with some I grabbed from the Internet (they’re cited so you can visit them on your own time):
Building on deniseapril‘s idea of selling stuff, you can start a second-hand store or an antique store. I know someone who has a small second-hand store in my community, and she does not have much shelf space, so she sells a lot of her stuff on e-bay. Selling used goods online is a great way to get them new owners. Certain vintage goods can be quite valuable.
Marketing is an important part of business and I found a site with three great “green marketing” techniques. The article encourages business people to be genuine, to educate their customers on the environmental benefits of their product, and to allow customers to participate in the benefits. The link below describes these three tips in more detail.
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