Posted on 27 May 2020
I want to try my hand in this as I've tried some products before and I like the results, just that I'm worried I'm unable to sell anything out. I don't intend to approach my family or friends.
On the other side of business models are the ethics of such claims. As a health care worker who majored in dietetics, I can only say those claims to detoxing drinks are pretty "fake" so I wouldn't recommend them as a viable business as they capitalise on buyer's lack of knowledge to sell those products. Big no no for me! Masks I'm not sure tho.
I think these days, it's better to be asset-light for businesses, if possible i.e. don't carry any inventory. If you have some skills set or knowledge, e.g. accounting, design, translation, website development, copywriting, etc., you will provide more value and when you do, you can increase your market worth. You can even put it on your resume and show some kind of portfolio to future employers of what you did.
When you sell products, most of the time than not, it becomes a price war, unless you have an edge for those products you mentioned e.g. exclusive distributorship, not easily replicated, hard to get, in a niche area, etc.
In my opinion it is a bad idea. Selling in the mirco economy is still a very hard thing for a experi...
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