The 85+ Best Businesses To Start In Netherlands [2021]

The 85+ Best Businesses To Start In Netherlands [2021]

Interested in starting a business in Netherlands in 2021?

We put together 85 of the best businesses you can start in Netherlands today.

In this list of ideas, you can find:

  • Home-based businesses to start in Netherlands
  • Profitable online business ideas
  • Unique business opportunities for Netherlands
  • Low investment business ideas (under $5k to start)
  • Easy businesses you can start in Netherlands today

For each business idea, we’ll show you real-world examples, revenue expectations for each idea, + a step-by-step on how to start your small business in Netherlands.

Here's the full list:

1. Start a fundraising consulting business ($1.8M/year)

Daryl Hatton from Vancouver, BC, Canada started ConnectionPoint about 13 years ago, a fundraising consulting business.

  • Revenue: $150,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 10
  • Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada

Over my career, I’ve started and run multiple companies. Before ConnectionPoint, together with a business partner, I created a company and a product in the document automation space called ReFORM. We merged that company into Optio Software of Atlanta, GA in the early ’90s. As CTO and part of the leadership team for Optio, we took it to a NASDAQ IPO in December 1999. In that year, according to Business Week, we were the 78th fastest growing small business in the US and one of the hottest IPOs of the year.

Post-Y2K, the company struggled as our customers slowed their investments in upgrading their ERP systems. We dug in deeply, pulled the company back from the brink, and reinforced our value proposition by reinventing the product line. This enabled us to sell at a decent multiple to our largest competitor in 2008.

After the transition, I decided to take the opportunity to leave. At the time, Facebook and other social networks were emerging as disrupters of the way we communicate. I was coaching my son’s lacrosse team and was struggling to get my players to attend practice. I emailed them and no-one would show up. I was also experimenting with social media and decided to test inviting them to practice using Facebook. To my surprise, most of them showed up.

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2. Start a boutique ($396K/year)

Kara Brook Brown from Maryland, USA started Waxing Kara about 9 years ago, a boutique.

  • Revenue: $33,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 3
  • Location: Maryland, USA

Waxing Kara grew organically from my work as an artist. I paint with encaustic, a paint made with beeswax, and in 2010, I started beekeeping on Maryland’s Eastern Shore to harvest wax for my encaustic paintings.

I became captivated by honey production and the plight of honey bees in this country. I learned about the importance of bees to the sustainability of our food supply, and the preciousness of honey, especially its nurturing and healing properties. Before launching Waxing Kara, I became a honey bee advocate and began raising bees on a small scale and have increased each year until 2020 when I will manage 18 hives on our 102-acre farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. For the bees, I began planting food sources such as sunflower, bergamot, and lavender. The goal was to cultivate a complex, organic environment that provides bees essential nutrients through nature. We have planted at least 40 acres of wildflowers, fruit trees, and berry bushes, an incredible habitat all for bees (and other winged creatures) with consistent blooms from May through October.

There isn’t one single life experience or educational achievement that has put me where I am today. Instead, it’s been a series of inspirations along the way. There was no master plan. In hindsight, everything that happened has flowed like honey to lead me down this path.

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3. Start a gluten-free bakery business ($960K/year)

David Downing from Houston, TX, USA started ChipMonk Baking almost 3 years ago, a gluten-free bakery business.

  • Revenue: $80,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 10
  • Location: Houston, TX, USA

Before starting ChipMonk in 2019 with my co-founder, Jose Hernández, I spent many years working in management consulting and the commercial aviation industry across various disciplines including audit, financial planning, project management, and competitive research. I guess you could say I’m a “numbers guy”. Over time, I became a bit disillusioned with working at large companies and started to migrate towards the world of startups. Most recently, I was working for a venture capital firm focused on investing in Houston-based startups with high potential.

While working there, I met Jose at one of the firm’s portfolio companies. He and I quickly bonded over our interest in health and exercise, and we ended up becoming roommates. Nearly every week, he and I would talk about wanting to do something on our own. It’s almost contagious when you work with startups and entrepreneurs daily. More often than not, the “great” ideas we had would quickly turn out to be duds after a few minutes of Google research.

Jose Hernandez (left) and David Downing (right), ChipMonk co-founders

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4. Start a cannabis business ($3M/year)

Bjorn Dawson from Waterloo, ON, Canada started Grobo over 7 years ago, a cannabis business.

  • Revenue: $250,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 11
  • Location: Waterloo, ON, Canada

I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs so it was always something I knew I would go into. My grandfather, for example, built some of the earliest satellite communication technology. Today, our phones can connect to satellites, but back then it required a $10M+ facility. He used entrepreneurship to develop something new and transformational that still impacts our lives today.

With my parents as entrepreneurs, I grew up understanding that lifestyle. Although they worked nights and weekends, they were always able to come to my afternoon soccer games and had significantly more flexibility in their life than most people do. That’s the life I wanted. The ability to pick what you work on, make an impact on the world, and choose when and how you do it.

I truly believe that anyone can become an entrepreneur, which is why I went into Mechanical Engineering at the University of Waterloo instead of going into a Business program. Within the first 6 months of being in Waterloo, I purchased a home to use as a rental property. It was the best investment I’ve ever made for two reasons. The most obvious reason is the financial return. Between rent and appreciation, the house net me over $25K/year for 5 years. The second reason is the gardens.

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5. Start a ski touring gear ($1.08M/year)

Michael Hagen from Breckenridge, CO, USA started Hagan Ski about 11 years ago, a ski touring gear.

  • Revenue: $90,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Breckenridge, CO, USA

I remember “learning” to ski in the backyard at about the age of 3. My initial love of skiing came from stories my parents told of skiing in Colorado in their 20s. We grew up on a farm in very flat south central Minnesota. It was almost two hours to the nearest ski hill (valley) so I spent a lot of time skiing behind a snowmobile, making jumps in the fields. Being pulled by a rope engrained a back seat skiing style that I am still fighting to this day.

I study and try to emulate the success of brands who have earned a solid reputation with a focus on quality and specialty products instead of following the mass market routine.

When my brothers and I got older, we took a few family trips in our station wagon to Colorado and I was hooked. I couldn’t believe how big the ski areas were. Extremely impressive coming from farm land so flat I could see three towns from our house. For several years I read every single word, including the ads, of Ski and Skiing magazines.

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6. Start a doula service ($2.4K/year)

Jessica Glendinning from Elgin started Your Virtual Doula over 2 years ago, a doula service.

  • Revenue: $200/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Elgin

I am a CAPPA trained Doula and I work in Labor and Delivery at a hospital in South Carolina. I put aside my Marketing and Human Resource Management degrees from USC to become a Doula after the birth of my first child in 2013.

I found the subject matter of pregnancy and birth fascinating and loved the doula I had in my birth. I knew this was my calling and immediately jumped into the role. I had to temporarily step away from my hospital position during my twin pregnancy in 2018.

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7. Start an outsourcing business ($16.8M/year)

Cody McLain from Austin, Texas, USA started SupportNinja over 6 years ago, a outsourcing business.

  • Revenue: $1,399,996/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1021
  • Location: Austin, Texas, USA

I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was 14. I was kind of forced into it as both my parents died when I was young. I started my first business because my friend wanted to get an Xbox but his parents grounded him so we worked together to get the money. Our first business was a web hosting company, but our partnership split up after only a week. For the first time, I found a passion, an interest, a calling. What I discovered through that process is the creativity involved in building a business appealed to me. Since I lived difficult life, it was something I naturally fell into. I created several more businesses over the years. In one of them, I was screwed over by a business partner. All of this is mentioned in my book From Foster care to Millionaire.

What led me to start SN was my feeling of imposter syndrome and in confidence. In the last hosting company I had (sold for just south of a million) I realized I had to put in the support hours and deal with the customers’ gripes for many years. This is a skill I did not initially see within myself. I always wanted to work for startups but didn’t necessarily want to be one, so I found a niche within an existing proven market in the industry which ended up being outsourcing.

A lot of startups need outsourcing but most of the outsourcing companies that exist today weren’t necessarily founded for startups. I saw that I could appeal to startups and I had a natural interest in technology and using all the latest and greatest apps and seeing this inherent divergence of my interest within the tech community and the interest in building several businesses online, even including the company I built in India for the agents who were initially providing support for my customers.

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8. Start a tour company ($108K/year)

Claire Robinson from Le Havre, Normandy, France started StructurInfo (ZigZag Road Trips) over 6 years ago, a tour company.

  • Revenue: $9,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Le Havre, Normandy, France

Well, this started as a hobby. I never would have thought it would become what it is today. I am blown away.

My original career was completely different. I have a Master’s in Engineering, and I had an international career in Quality Management for medical devices. I’ve lived in France, Germany, and Australia and traveled all over the world for work. This is the reason why I caught the travel bug.

I did not scatter and try doing all the social media platforms. I made choices. This is really important. You can’t do everything well. And depending on your strategy, not all the options are pertinent.

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9. Start a dropshipping business ($144K/year)

Amanda Austin from Erie, Pennsylvania, USA started Little Shop of Miniatures over 4 years ago, a dropshipping business.

  • Revenue: $12,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0
  • Location: Erie, Pennsylvania, USA

I was unhappily working in marketing for a Fortune 500 insurance company when I started looking at ways to create a new income stream. I became interested in ecommerce and invested in a course to learn more. I compiled a list of keywords for products that had decent search volume and not terribly competitive to rank for in organic search. I used Long Tail Pro to get ideas--I had so many when I first started!

My business is a small, mostly passive income stream and I’m okay with that. There is so much more I could be doing with my store, but right now I am loving the extra income stream that allows me to work part-time at my day job and spend more time with my infant daughter.

A bunch of keywords in the dollhouse miniatures space fit the bill. I used Long Tail Pro and looked for keywords that were competitive--which on there is a score in the twenties or low thirties. I also wanted them to have at least 2,000 searches per month. This is not a ton, but five keywords with that search volume that are not that competitive can lead to a decent number of organic traffic if you build your site the right way. My advice to aspiring entrepreneurs is to find a niche with a nice handful of keywords you can rank for with quality content and a nice backlinking strategy. Don’t try to be number one for some saturated keyword that has a million searches a month. Go for keywords where you stand a chance of ranking--this is usually so-called long tail keywords that are really phrases--for example, “wooden dollhouse furniture” instead of just “dollhouse.”

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10. Start a food truck ($18M/year)

Jeffrey Mora from Los Angeles, California, USA started Food Fleet almost 10 years ago, a food truck.

  • Revenue: $1,500,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 6
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

We started the food truck business in 2012.

We kept finding it very difficult to find locations to operate. We had a booker that we used to find our locations but fell short and we let her go. I took over our booking and found that most people did not want to book just one truck, not only that they were upset that most of the time the trucks didn’t show up or were late.

We learned the real need was not only helping the trucks but providing a turnkey service for the corporations. This was a game-changer for us, we were really struggling financially.

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11. Start a freelance app development business ($120K/year)

Jesus Vargas from Cancun started LowCode Agency almost 2 years ago, a freelance app development business.

  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 3
  • Location: Cancun

I have always considered myself an entrepreneur, and have started quite a few businesses. For many years, I had a business called Legal Cloud Solutions. We were 100% focused on the legal industry, helping lawyers systemize their operations through custom made software. We felt that there was a huge opportunity in the market, looking at how manual all of their processes are. We found out that lawyers are old school and they do not like changes!

On top of that, I had a technical partner that did the actual coding. Even though I had a full understanding of the processes, built the flows, and can read code; I’m still not a developer, so could not build the actual product. That was always a challenge with my partner and we drifted off.

One lazy day, browsing Product Hunt, I came across a tool called Glide apps. The tagline was “create an app from a Google Sheet”, and that piqued my interest. I definitely could do that! I opened up my account and started playing around. In 3 hours, I had built an app for a solar panel business I have where I could track my proposals and clients (something like a mini CRM).

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12. Start a handmade goods business ($324K/year)

PortraitFlip from Pune, Maharashtra, India started PortraitFlip about 4 years ago, a handmade goods business.

  • Revenue: $27,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 7
  • Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India

It all started in the VIT hostel in 2017 when Lavdeep Chahal (26), one of the co-founders, was digging the internet for a service that could deliver handmade portraits. He was so eager to find one such platform that could help him get a priceless gift for his girlfriend. We found Paint Your Life but it was charging a lot to deliver in India and sadly, others were plain daylight robbery.

The story pretty much ended with Chahal getting the classic chocolate bouquet for her. But what happened thereafter was the “aha” bit. We realized that there was a handful of companies that provided such a service. Seeing it as a great opportunity, Chahal roped me and Shubhanshu Maheshwari (25), a friend from electrical, into believing that this could be our kick.

Obviously, we weren’t the creative ones, so we instead decided to serve as the filler between the artists and the other Chahal-like customers.

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13. Start a moving company ($720K/year)

Max Maher from Chandler, Arizona, USA started Skinny Wimp Moving about 6 years ago, a moving company.

  • Revenue: $60,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 12
  • Location: Chandler, Arizona, USA

I didn’t exactly come up with the initial idea for this company because this is a franchise which means for me that I license out the name “Skinny Wimp Moving”. However, because it was the first franchise location I was able to be in a prime decision-making seat and guinea pig for all ideas enabling me to test out theories on marketing and customer service which have no become standard across the brand.

Put yourself out there and ask for their business. Sure be conscious that you may get rejected but don’t be afraid to ask more than once. It won’t work every time but it will work 100% more than not trying at all.

We realized people simply don’t want a moving company that sucks. So we asked ourselves what can we do to make the stressful experience of moving suck a little less and the answers we came up with and stuck to were very common sense:

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14. Start a catering business ($240K/year)

Nestor Nidome from Crestmore, California, USA started Elegante Catering ago, a catering business.

  • Revenue: $20,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 10
  • Location: Crestmore, California, USA

For as long as I can remember I have always been attracted to the idea of being a business owner. I’ve tried many businesses starting with my own DJ company. I got some business cards, printed them at Staples, passed them out, and waited for the calls.

It took a bit of time, but eventually, the calls started to come in and bookings started to happen. I did that for a couple of years until one of the DJ gigs some gangsters got into it and I was almost in the middle of a gang fight. Thank GOD things calmed down, but after that, I started looking for another business!

During this same time, the whole tech bubble was growing and I wanted a part of it. I took some coding classes in college and started using HTML to code my website from scratch. I kind of borrowed a lot of ideas from Yahoo but it was going to be mainly focused on my local city. I visited some businesses and got some of them to advertise. Things seemed to be going well when the bubble burst and I was once more left to venture out and look for something else.

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15. Start an umbrella brand ($36K/year)

Jim Rowland from Kissimmee started JDK & Associates, LLC over 15 years ago, a umbrella brand.

  • Revenue: $3,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Kissimmee

In the spring of 2006, my 16-year-old son Michael and I learned about “eCommerce” (called online marketing at the time) at a half-day seminar in a local hotel where they served us a free breakfast. Pretty sure Michael came for breakfast, but that seminar (and breakfast) opened our eyes to the potential of being in business for ourselves and provided a path to accomplish it.

On July 31 of that same year, JDK & Associates, LLC was formed.
“J” = Jim (me!)
“D” = Diann (my wife)
“K” = Kids (Michael, Lena, Shelly, Brandon)
“Associates” = Our partners and clients (you!!)

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16. Start a personal training business ($720K/year)

Chris Anderson from Overland Park, Kansas, USA started Live Fit almost 11 years ago, a personal training business.

  • Revenue: $60,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Overland Park, Kansas, USA

I started Live Fit because I felt I was running out of options in the industry I loved so much. Personally, I felt the misses in the personal training industry and wanted to change that. Personal Training, as well as all types of fitness, can be very intimidating to most people. And honestly, the people that are most intimidated by fitness are often the people that need it the most. I set out to create a company that provided the same types of exercises, programming, and results as generally all fitness companies, but I wanted to make it a comfortable experience from the moment a potential client stepped through our doors.

All our processes, our studio layout, our team of trainers we have hired, and our entire mission are based on making clients feel comfortable, appreciated, and valued. We do things differently and over the past 10 years, I have seen other companies in our area follow our lead. Long gone are the days of slamming weights, extremely loud music, and uncomfortable gym environments. People want to go where they feel comfortable and respected.

I have always loved sports and started at a young age, with my dad as my coach. I continued athletics through high school and went on to run college track where I based my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees entirely on building my career in the fitness industry. The last thing I was willing to do was to throw it all away based on a lack of opportunity, so I created my own with Live Fit. I believe in spirituality and the law of attraction and base my life on those principles. So in early 2011 when I couldn’t focus on my spiritual study and spiritual growth because my mind was consumed with running numbers about opening my own company, I knew that was a sign from God it was time to create something great.

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17. Become a social media consultant ($90K/year)

Amanda Shepherd from Reno, NV, USA started Social Media Manager Society over 1 year ago, a social media consultant.

  • Revenue: $7,500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1
  • Location: Reno, NV, USA

I spent the last decade of my career as a social media manager, in the agency, in-house, and freelance settings. I really created a name for myself in my niche and people were always coming to me for social media advice. I absolutely LOVED teaching people and for a long time, wondering how I could combine my passions for teaching and social media into one career.

Fast forward to fall 2019 - I was at a crossroads. The agency I was working for was moving in a different direction and I was literally moving back home. I had a decision to make - stay at the agency under different circumstances, find a new job in my new home, or finally take the plunge and start my own business.

I chose the latter and it was the best decision I ever made! I was immediately able to gain clients using internal systems I created and literally built my own business from the ground up. In one year, I made almost $100,000 and put all my systems inside the Social Media Manager Society, so other aspiring social media managers could take everything I learned and implement it themselves!

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18. Start a language translation service ($4.38M/year)

Cédric Sigoire from Düsseldorf, Germany started DEMAN Übersetzungen over 6 years ago, a language translation service.

  • Revenue: $365,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 17
  • Location: Düsseldorf, Germany

I am a French citizen who has been living in Germany for more than 10 years, and I feel European. I studied as an exchange student in the USA, I studied in Germany via the Erasmus programm and gained a double Master’s in Business from a German and a French university.

I started my career as an export area manager in the casual shoe business. I liked my job, but wanted to be on the field close to the customers and so I left to join a safety products producer as Export Manager. There I really learned what selling means: To understand the needs of your customer and deliver the best product to ensure customer satisfaction. Selling is a win-win. Once I knew how to sell, I joined a producer of massive oak furniture as Export Director.

After this, I wanted to return to Germany and took on a position as Country Manager for an eLearning company. I am living proof that a salesperson can work and be successful in many different industries.

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19. Start a freelancer platform ($480K/year)

Abby (Abhinav) Verma from New York started SkillSoniq about 5 years ago, a freelancer platform.

  • Revenue: $40,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 7
  • Location: New York

I have 15 years of professional experience across Investment Banking, Tech Consulting, and Entrepreneurship and have studied in 3 continents in Asia, North America, and Europe from schools like the University of Michigan, Indian School of Business, and the London School of Economics.

I have been an entrepreneur 3 times now and founded my first company at the age of 19 to sell paint jobs to homeowners in Detroit while studying full-time at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. This was my first experience as an entrepreneur and got me hooked to the hustle required to get stuff done. I followed it up with a stint in Investment Banking, which taught me the meaning of perseverance and quality testing when I worked 100+ hours a week on multi-billion dollar Financing and M&A deals.

I came across the idea of starting SkillSoniq when I was working with outsourced talent on a tech project a few years ago, where I was sitting in the United States and working with contractors in the Philippines. That experience was extremely excruciating, as I worked at odd hours to keep up with the time zone differences, had difficulty communicating with the contractors and there was a lot of concern around IP security and trust. That experience put me in major depression and when I started looking for better alternatives to hire talent in the US quickly and at affordable rates, I found that the recruiting space in the US was broken.

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20. Become an online dating consultant ($62.4K/year)

Shane White from Austin, Texas, USA started The Match Artist almost 4 years ago, a online dating consultant.

  • Revenue: $5,200/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0
  • Location: Austin, Texas, USA

I have always been an entrepreneur. When I was in high school, I wanted to start my own business, so I took to one thing that I knew how to do- mow lawns.

Afterward, while I was in college, I started a mobile DJ business, which was a great way to earn some extra cash in college. After graduating from NDSU with a degree in Computer Science, I took a full-time job working as a software developer. While working as a developer, I really wanted to start a SaaS Company, which translates to “Software as a Service”, so I did just that. I created Midwest Streams - Simple Funeral Webcasting, which helps funeral directors webcast their funerals.

I ended up spending too many hours working on Midwest Streams while I was at my software developer job, so my employer fired me. (If you are reading this, I really am sorry!) This happened in February of 2014, and Midwest Streams was only making $400 a month. I decided not to go back to work and try my hardest to grow my company. I had some savings, but burnt through it pretty quick, as it’s really hard to survive with only $400 a month.

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21. Start a life coaching business ($120K/year)

Sinem Günel from Vienna, Austria started Personal Growth Base about 2 years ago, a life coaching business.

  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

One and a half years after starting my studies in business administration I came into touch with entrepreneurship and I immediately knew that I wanted to dig deeper into how to build your own business and be your own boss.

So I started reading books, especially biographies, of successful entrepreneurs.

Pretty soon I found out there’s one major component all of them have in common: They all talk about their personal growth and how they had to improve themselves so that their businesses could grow.

This immediately triggered me and I started digging deeper into the topic of personal growth.

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22. Start a blogging business ($60K/year)

Chhavi Agarwal from New Delhi, Delhi, India started Mrs Daaku Studio over 3 years ago, a blogging business.

  • Revenue: $5,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 3
  • Location: New Delhi, Delhi, India

I am a licensed attorney in India and right after my master’s in law, I started working with a leading company as a lawyer. I worked there for about two years before I quit my job to become more location independent.

Choose a niche in whatever you start. It is critical for streamlining your efforts and make money.

My job paid me well but I worked 12 hours a day, I was exhausted by the end of each day, spent my weekends sleeping and I almost quit the things I liked to do - for example, sketching, yoga, traveling, etc.

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23. Start a brewery ($1.44M/year)

Diego Benitez from Los Angeles, California, USA started Progress Brewing over 8 years ago, a brewery.

  • Revenue: $120,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 5
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

I graduated with a PhD in chemistry in 2005 and after working in academia for a few years as a nanotechnology researcher, I joined a small angel venture investment firm as a technology analyst.

One option was to get a regular job, or… we could start a brewery.

I participated in the founding of a few angel-backed companies and as the venture fund dried up, I joined one of the portfolio companies as Chief Technology Officer. The company, Amicrobe, Inc. is focused on developing biomaterials to address antibiotic resistance.

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24. Start a dog walking business ($648K/year)

Melodi Landi from Remote started Furry Fellas Pet Service LLC over 15 years ago, a dog walking business.

  • Revenue: $54,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 19
  • Location: Remote

I have always had a passion for animals. I was going to school full time at the University of Rhode Island as a Pre-Vet student while working full time at a local veterinary hospital AND picking up pet sitting and dog walking clients on the side.

Since my late teenage years, I have known that I wanted to work with animals. While working at the animal hospital, I saw a great need for this type of service, and soon after decided to start this business!

I would often come across clients who had not traveled in years because their pets required specialized care or medications or because they did not know who to ask or whom they could trust with their pets and their home.

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25. Start a cleaning business ($1.2M/year)

Neel Parekh from Los Angeles, CA, USA started MaidThis Franchise over 8 years ago, a cleaning business.

  • Revenue: $100,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 9
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA

I originally started MaidThis as a side hustle while I was working at a private equity investment firm. Like many people working the corporate grind, I was fascinated by becoming my own boss.

With any first product or service launch, you’re almost guaranteed to get some aspect of it wrong. You might be priced too low, not be addressing the right target market, or have the package all wrong.

I finally stumbled upon The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris, which turns out is basically the Bible for the digital nomad community, and decided I wanted to experience “location freedom”.

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26. Start a construction company ($4.2M/year)

Clifton Muckenfuss from Apex, North Carolina, USA started Carolina Exteriors over 11 years ago, a construction company.

  • Revenue: $350,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 10
  • Location: Apex, North Carolina, USA

The founders are childhood best friends from small-town America (South Carolina). We took different paths after college and approximately 9 years later, reunited in North Carolina. I (Clifton) was recruited from Florida to work for a Mortgage Company in Raleigh, NC and Wesley was already established here (Raleigh) working for a major building materials manufacturer (James Hardie). After the housing crisis, the Mortgage Company went bankrupt and I (Clifton) found myself without a job. I then founded a Residential/Commercial/Cleaning Company (still in operations today, Managed by my wife, Mary Ann) and grew that business from $0 - $500K rapidly.

Surround yourself with POSITIVE people.

Then, Wes and I were talking about the possibility of starting a siding/exterior remodeling company since most of the contractors were retreating after the recession and the ones that remained, didn’t focus on the customer, but rather, only on the transaction.

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27. Start a private escort firm ($2.4M/year)

Marike van der Velden from Netherlands started Society Service over 15 years ago, a private escort firm.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $200,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $5,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

My name is Marike van der Velden and I am the founder and owner of the largest high-end escortservice in The Netherlands: Society Service. The service we offer is called the Girlfriend Experience, which means spending time with an escort will feel similar to spending time with a girlfriend. The experience is very intimate of nature and often includes eroticism, but this is not the main focus of the experience, merely the cherry on top. The social aspect of booking is just as important, if not more.

At any given time, there are around 55 male and female escorts working with Society Service. They cater to clients from all walks of life, from ambitious businessmen to nervous virgins and curious couples. The aim is to create a mutually enjoyable, memorable, and extraordinary experience. This experience does come with a price tag of at least $1,000 per booking, resulting in a multi-million dollar annual turnover.

Picture from the book I wrote: Escort Bible (in Dutch)

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28. Start an automated copywriter tool ($14.4K/year)

Danny Postma from Netherlands started ConvertWell over 1 year ago, an automated copywriter tool.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $1,200/ month
  • Starting Costs: $15
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hey there, I am Danny Postma. A Full Stack Maker from the Netherlands and founder of Landingfolio, Inspireframe and Headlime.

I've set a big goal for myself for the next year to fulfill the whole process of creating a landing page. I'm doing this by creating micro products, which focus on solving one specific problem. The plan is to eventually bundle all these products into one massive landing page creating a machine.

All products together currently earn $1K recurring revenue each month, but my last product launch, Headlime, pulled in $16.000 dollars in 48 hours. I will focus this interview on Headlime launch, as this has been the most successful one where I put all tricks to work.

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29. Start a card game ($4.8M/year)

Bart Kloosterhuis from Netherlands started Vertellis over 1 year ago, a card game.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $400,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 10

My name is Bart and I’m a co-founder of Vertellis. Vertellis means “tell me more” in Dutch and our mission is to bring people closer together. Vertellis is where connections grow and conversations begin, and we're striving to make a worldwide impact on the way people connect in our digital society.

What started as a handwritten card game for our own families to play during Christmas, quickly grew thanks to a crowdfunding campaign to become a mindfulness brand active in 8 countries around the world.

At Vertellis, we firmly believe that quality time offline coupled with a better understanding of oneself is crucial to coping with change in a healthy manner. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to make a positive impact in the world by facilitating meaningful conversations and giving people an outlet for self-reflection and development.

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30. Start an online courses business ($60K/year)

Lidiya Kesarovska from Netherlands started Let's Reach Success almost 9 years ago, an online courses business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $5,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $100
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

I’m Lidiya, a full-time blogger, course creator, and the founder of Let’s Reach Success. With the content I publish on the blog and the courses I create, I help people start a side hustle and earn passive income so they can pay off debt, quit their job and live their best life.

The blog started as a hobby but over the years, it turned into a 5-figure recession-proof online business, and I now help others achieve the same as I believe financial independence is possible, and earning income online is the quickest way to get there.

My signature program - Financial Freedom Through Blogging - is the formula for starting a blog, growing it to 100K page views and $5,000/month, and living life on your terms. Inside it, you’ll find answers to all your questions about becoming a full-time blogger, behind-the-scenes content, real ways to make money and build blog traffic, a ton of video tutorials, how-to guides, and bonuses.

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31. Start a subscription box business ($420K/year)

Nelli Jeloudar from Netherlands started Bundleboon almost 4 years ago, a subscription box business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $35,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 5

Hi, my name is Nelli Jeloudar and I am the founder of Bundleboon - a curated shopping service specialized in kidswear. We take away the hassle of shopping for your child and instead, we turn it into a fun and memorable shopping experience for the entire family.

Our concept is easy and convenient to use.

As a parent, you can complete our style quiz on our platform and we will use the data and the answers to hand-pick two personalized outfits and ship them straight to your doorstep. Use your living room as a runway for 5 days and only pay for the items that you love and want to keep.

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32. Start a healthy snack food business ($240K/year)

Louisa Mesquita Bakker from Netherlands started Funky Fat Foods almost 4 years ago, a healthy snack food business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $20,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi there, I’m Louisa Mesquita Bakker from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I’m 26 years old, and last year I launched my food company Funky Fat Foods. Our first product is called KetoCacao, which is a line of low-carb/high-fat chocolate bars. We only use high-quality ingredients to help our customers feel and perform their best. There is no sugar, no soy, no fillers; no crap.

By keeping the ingredients to a minimum, we preserve the quality and nutritional benefits of cacao. Our chocolate bars don’t spike insulin levels and have extra healthy fats from MCTs (medium-chain triglycerides) for more energy and satiation. We believe it’s all about getting long-lasting energy from fat instead of a quick fix from sugar.

We sell our products via our online store and (international) resellers. Our clients vary from active keto/low-carb followers, vegans, diabetics and sports enthusiasts. I’ve launched the MVP in February 2018, we’re now making $20.000 revenue per month, and we're still testing and adapting as we go.

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33. Start a niche accessories brand ($18M/year)

Olivier Momma from Netherlands started Ekster over 6 years ago, a niche accessories brand.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $1,500,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 18

Hello! My name is Olivier Momma, and together with Rick Scharnigg and Richard Canneman, I founded Ekster. We make time-saving designs for smarter living; products that’ll make every day easier for you.

Our flagship products are the Parliament wallet, an upgrade on the traditional leather wallet, and the Tracker Card. The Parliament is still made of leather, but that’s about the only thing it has in common with your old George Constanza. It’s compact, sleek, and fits in your front pocket - like any other cardholder, except for the quick card access mechanism, which you can use to access all your cards with one click. You can also track your wallet with the Tracker Card, which runs on solar energy, and only needs two hours of sunlight charge every three months.

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34. Start a meal prep business ($7.2M/year)

Joey van Koningsbruggen from Netherlands started Jimmy Joy over 7 years ago, a meal prep business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $600,000/ month
  • Starting Costs: $500
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 30

Joey van Koningsbruggen, 29 years old and started Jimmy Joy in May 2014 at age 24 to make nutritionally complete meals.

We create different products to make eating as healthy as easy as possible. Our products are: Plenny Shake, Plenny Bar, Plenny Drink. The meals are ideal for anyone who wants to eat fast but avoid fast food because they value nutrition. It is popular amongst high earning, ambitious males in big cities. They use it to kick start their day and as fuel during demanding work hours; think coders, accountants, top-level gamers, etc. Another audience is sustainability-conscious and vegans. Our products are plant-based and have a long shelf life making it 3.5 times more sustainable than an average Western diet. We also compensate for our CO2 emissions through charities like TreesForAll.

We currently make around $440,000 per month. I started in my dorm room and expanded globally over the years.

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35. Start an online community ($18K/year)

Jochem Gerritsen from Netherlands started Enter Network about 3 years ago, an online community.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $1,500/ month
  • Starting Costs: $4,000
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 2

Hey! My name is Jochem Gerritsen and I’m the founder of Enter Network — the online community for European Early-Stage Entrepreneurs.

The main thing I do is run a community of 50+ starting entrepreneurs from all over Europe. Our members work on SaaS companies, hardware products, software development agencies, and much more. The 2 things we have in common are: 1) We’re a supportive bunch and want others to succeed, and 2) we’re all here to learn and grow our businesses.

Our community consists of everything you need as a starting entrepreneur. Think for instance of:

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36. Start an online form builder ($240K/year)

Joris de Ruiter from Netherlands started ConvertCalculator almost 5 years ago, an online form builder.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $20,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hi all! My name is Joris de Ruiter and I’m the founder of ConvertCalculator, a SaaS business that helps small businesses automate their sales processes and grow their business.

I started coding the project in September 2017 and launched the MVP in one week. One week later, I onboarded my first paying customer.

Since then 3500 businesses signed up which resulted in over 1 million calculator page views. Right now, the business makes $5000,- in monthly recurring revenue with 150 customers.

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37. Start a board game business ($19.2K/year)

Dennis Michels from Netherlands started Good Look Gamer almost 4 years ago, a board game business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $1,600/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 1

Hello, my name is Dennis Michels, I run Good Look Gamer, a webstore for modern board and card games. Our products vary greatly, as new games are released daily. We take a lot of pre-orders for upcoming games, sometimes months before they are released.

My customers mainly consist of adults who enjoy the challenge of a board game, competing with friends and family or cooperating in reaching a shared goal for fun or glory :)

Our turnaround currently is around $1600 per month, and we’re still growing.

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38. Start a seo agency ($60K/year)

Rick van Haasteren from Netherlands started SiteGuru almost 4 years ago, a SEO agency.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $5,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hey! My name is Rick van Haasteren and I run SiteGuru, an SEO tool for online marketers and website owners.

SiteGuru crawls your website and finds SEO issues, and tells you how to fix them. Things like missing meta descriptions, wrong page titles, slow pages, but also broken links and pages without any links to them. If you’re running a website, you know how it grows over time and how hard it can be to keep track of all your pages. SiteGuru aims to give you the full picture.

Unlike many other SEO tools, SiteGuru doesn’t just give you a list of all your pages and their SEO data. Instead, we’re giving a list of actionable tasks so you can quickly start improving your website.

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39. Start a tech support business ($120K/year)

Daniele Besana from Netherlands started WP OK over 6 years ago, a tech support business.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $10,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 5

Hello, this is Daniele Besana and I'm the founder of WP-OK.

We provide unlimited WordPress support for serious folks, another way of saying that we help small business owners focusing on the important things while we take care of their websites.

We offer WordPress management subscription, our flagship product, that came in three different plans designed for different needs.

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40. Start a men's clothing line ($14.8K/year)

Julian Samarjiev from Netherlands started DULO about 4 years ago, a men's clothing line.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $1,233/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0

Oh, hey there! My name is Julian and I am one half of the team behind DULO, where we make dress shirts from performance fabrics. Both me and my co-founder - Marin, are originally from Bulgaria, but currently based in Amsterdam.

The company is a 50/50 partnership, completely bootstrapped and self-funded. Both of us still work full-time as programmers, while dedicating time to DULO in the mornings, evenings and weekends.

We believe advances in fabric manufacturing have given us opportunities to redefine the dress shirt category, making it a carefree item, while keeping its classical and stylish look.

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41. Start an user feedback app ($6K/year)

Mike Slaats from Netherlands started Upvoty almost 3 years ago, an user feedback app.

  • Country: Netherlands
  • Revenue: $500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

Hey there! 👋 My name is Mike and I’m the founder of home improvement platform Vindy and user feedback tool Upvoty.

I’m an entrepreneur for over more than 10 years now and just recently launched my second startup Upvoty. Upvoty came from my own needs within my main startup Vindy: I needed a way to collect and manage user feedback in a proper and easy way. Couldn’t find any good - and affordable - tools out there, so decided to build one my own.

I launched Upvoty in February 2019 and we are already over 100 customers and over $500 MRR. I think my biggest benefit in launching this new startup is my experience of my other one, so I can apply some of my great lessons learned. This already helped me in developing and launching my startup and getting results quickly.

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42. Start a bicycle tour business

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43. Start a pet sitting business

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44. Start a web flipping business

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45. Start a tour guide business

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46. Start a souvenir shop

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47. Start an auto repair business

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48. Start a dog grooming business

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49. Start a pest control business

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50. Start a boat restoration business

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51. Become a personal chef

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52. Start an auto detailing business

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53. Start a raincoats sales business

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54. Start a vending machine operator business

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55. Start a licorice business

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56. Start a coffee shop

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57. Start a copywriting business

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58. Start a fruit butters and cheese business

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59. Start a green software development business

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60. Start a tulip field planting business

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61. Start a horticulture crop farming business

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62. Start a smalll bacon making business

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63. Become a skiing instructor

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64. Start an assisted suicide clinic business

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65. Start a fitness center business

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66. Start a vegan restaurant ($360K/year)

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And for some real world inspiration, give Wen Raiti's story on creating The House of Leaf & Bean Inc. a read:

I am Wen, the founder, and president of House of Leaf & Bean, organic restaurant and cafe. I am passionate about Lifestyle Medicine due to my personal health journey. I believe that good lifestyle medicine is better than magic pills. "Let the medicine be the food; let the food be the medicine".

I’ve taken many leadership roles in organizations like Jacksonville Sister City Association, National Asian American PAC FL, Jacksonville Chinese Association, Jacksonville Mayor's Asian American Advisory Board, Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, Leadership Jacksonville, and more.

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67. Start an employee monitoring business

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68. Start a boat storage business

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69. Start an accounting firm

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70. Start a childproof services business

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71. Start an ice cream business

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72. Start an online researching business

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73. Start a small scale fumigation service business

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74. Start an errand service

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75. Start a laundry business

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76. Start a funeral service

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77. Start a pet sitting business

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78. Start a courier service business

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79. Start an agriculture farming business

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80. Start a trucking / haulage business

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81. Start a homemade foods business

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82. Start a gadget accessory store business

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83. Start a construction cleanup business

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84. Start a child care business

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85. Start a bookkeeping business

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