What Business to start?

I Have a small amount of money (around £250) that i wish to invest into some sort of business. I am already in full-time employment and i love my job, but i only work 3weeks out of 5 weeks which is nice but presents 2 problems to me. 1) With long periods of time of I tend to spend money. 2) Because the way this type of shift works, it means that i am not off at the some time each month, and after spending several months looking around, most employers aren't interested. Due to these problems I have been thinking about building a web based business which presents other problems. I can't hold stock due to Very small house (2up, 2down). Im not interested in these Get paid to Click rubbish or form filling. I have been thinking about what i could do for months now but my mind just goes blank. Maybe other out there might have some insight for me. Any sugestions would be grateful, Thanks. Please NO stupid comments from those idiots that add 'Become a phone whore' eta (get a LIFE!)

Asked By: dtravco - 3/28/2007
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Make money from your Hobby == you are already knowledgeable in that area, have contacts, may be a member of a club and already have some experience of buying & perhaps selling second-hand items For example, maybe you play Golf - then trade in Golf clubs, monogrammed balls, scoring/handicap systems etc etc
Answered By: Steve B - 3/29/2007
Additional Answers (10)
Hi, I can offer you a business opportunity for less than £200 to start up, also there is no need to carry stock. For more info email me on best wishes
Answered By: deekster - 3/31/2007
To be perfectly honst if I knew of a home-based computer business I would do it myself !!! I also have thought for some time of a way of earning a bit of pocket money. Good luck !! I shall watch this space and see if anything triggers my mind. Good Luck !!!
Answered By: biggi - 4/2/2007
That's a pretty broad question... More
Answered By: eric h - 4/2/2007
start with your spesefication
Answered By: Haroon N - 4/3/2007
im sorry but with your tight budget you wont go far at all. that money you have will just pay for a website and you need to advertise on your site some sort of money making scheme to make you money... More
Answered By: hans - 4/3/2007
Hello, I am starting a group on network marketing. It is called creative-investments and you are welcome to join, the group will be discussing home-base business.You could join and maybe you might learn about legitimate home base business.
Answered By: carealman - 4/4/2007
Hello! I recently joined a company with a start-up fee of $30. So far I have really enjoyed being a part of it. Let me know if you would like more information. Thanks! mellyfaith
Answered By: mellyfaith - 4/4/2007
Boy, do I hear you! I spent a year and a half researching home businesses and I looked at over 250 of them. There's some really sketchy stuff out there. But there's some real excellent opportunities, too. Here's what I know to be true... More
Answered By: Todd T - 4/4/2007
With your limitations , the best option will be to invest this money in a good Security like a Mutual-Fund , or a National Security Bond... More
Answered By: vidyadhar mittal - 4/5/2007
My name is Dione. I have a home based business affiliated with a 15 year old million dollar company. We market affordable health and dental coverage for the uninsured or underinsured. Our product is very much needed. There is no inventory to hold. You do need a computer and internet access to submit applications... More
Answered By: elrod_1999 - 4/5/2007
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