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Suggested Start-Up Businesses for NDIS Participants

Start up Businesses

There are several start up businesses that can be suitable for NDIS Participants, depending on your interests, skills, and abilities.  For business reasons, we have not revealed our most popular and successful methods for generating income, but we are willing to share some other options.  Here are a few recommendations:

  • Online Retail: Start an e-commerce business by selling products online. You can create an online store and sell products that align with your passions or expertise. It allows you to work from home and manage your start up businesses at your own pace.
  • Virtual Assistance: Offer virtual assistant services to individuals or start up businesses. This can involve managing emails, scheduling appointments, social media management, data entry, or other administrative tasks that can be done remotely.
  • Content Creation: If you have a talent for writing, photography, graphic design, or video editing, you can build start up businesses creating content for websites, blogs, social media platforms, or even YouTube. This can be done from the comfort of your own home.
  • Coaching or Consulting: If you have expertise in a particular area, consider starting a coaching or consulting business. You can offer guidance, advice, and support to individuals or businesses in your field of expertise. This can be done through one-on-one sessions or online workshops.
  • Assistive Technology Development: If you have a technical background or interest in technology, you could start a business focused on developing assistive technology devices or software that can help improve the lives of individuals with disabilities.
  • Accessibility Consulting: Offer consulting services to businesses and organizations to help them improve their accessibility and ensure compliance with disability laws and regulations. This can involve assessing physical spaces, websites, and digital content to identify areas for improvement.

Remember, it’s important to choose a business idea that aligns with your interests, skills, and abilities. Consider seeking support from local entrepreneurship programs or disability-focused organizations that can provide guidance and resources to help you start your own business.

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