You can start this business by applying at least three thousand rupees.
How to Start Your Own Business from Home: If you are thinking about doing business from home, we will tell you about one such plan, which can help you make a lot of money by putting in less money. You can start it by applying at least 3,000 rupees.
New Delhi. The country is struggling with the coronavirus pandemic. In such a situation, most people spend their time at home. In the meantime, many people have started their businesses and nowadays earn more than their jobs.
If you are considering doing business from home (starting your own business), we will tell you about such a plan, where you can make a lot of money by putting in less money.
You can start it by applying at least 3,000 rupees. This business is – Starting a salad business. Yes! It is also healthy and healthy. In the present day, salad has become an essential item in food, without it lunch or dinner remains incomplete. Even for some dieters, the salad is like a panacea. So let’s know how you can make big profits from this business.
How to start? (How do I start a salad business?)
In the beginning, you can make only 4-5 ways of salad for less money. Less is invested in this and according to the feedback you can increase it. Megha Bafna, a resident of Pune, started making and selling salads during the lockdown last year. After a few months, income began to increase from 75 thousand to 1 lakh.
Megha started it with just 3,000. She says it started with 5 types of salads. It included Chana Chaat, Mix Corn, Beet Root, Pasta Salad. Started with people from all over society. Later, demand started to increase day by day, after which the delivery interest had to be maintained.
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For this you can contact companies, schools and homes on social media. There are many online websites where food is in demand, register and tell us about your product. According to Megh, I kept two salad prices, one 59 and the other 69. I thought about starting at No Profit, No Loss, but after a month and a half I started making a profit.
Every month 5 to 7 thousand rupees were saved. Gradually, as the customer grew, profits started to increase. By the time of lockdown, I had 200 customers and the month’s savings ranged from 75 thousand to 1 lakh rupees. In four years, I have added about 22 lakh rupees to this startup.