Admit it. You love hanging out at your local spy store or looking at spy gadgets and other cool toys online. Right? Yeah.
Have you ever thought about owning your own spy store? It's not as crazy as it might sound at first. Sure, a decade or two ago you would have had to rent a storefront, advertise like crazy, carry a lot of inventory. . . but not these days.
If you're serious about owning your own spy store you can get started in just a few hours by finding a supplier, setting up an eBay account, and setting up some auctions. You can be a spy store owner tomorrow, if you're determined. And if it goes well, you can set up an eBay store and even set up your own website.
If you're strictly thinking in terms of making money, then setting up a spy store online is probably not your best option. You're not going to rake in the bucks, especially at first, but over time, as your spy store gains a reputation and you get more repeat customers, you could do quite well.
The thing is, if you're primarily interested in the financial end of things, there are probably way easier ways to make money than owning a spy store But if you're interested in gadgetry, love to talk and hang out with other spy gadget fans, and want to say you own a spy store this could be the business for you.
So if this is so easy, why isn't everyone doing it? First off, while setting up your own spy store can be very simple, you do need the dedication to keep the store running, deal with customers, and make a success of your store Second, most people looking to start a business never think of opening a spy store You don't see lots of business articles talking about the importance of starting your own spy shop, after all.
But if you're thinking about starting a business, it's hard to beat owning your own spy store isn't it?
T Rasmussen is a former private investigator, now owns a spy store, and does consulting on crime prevention for small retail businesses.