I have discovered a fool proof system to help you have the home-based business of your dreams up and running quickly, with little to no overheads.
The world is changing rapidly, jobs are becoming scarce due to the onset of the technology & information age where machines, automation and computers are replacing jobs. Some white collar and blue collar jobs are being outsourced overseas, people are working harder and longer hours than ever before, and the economic crisis has impacted job security.
There is a new revolution coming, people are starting to realise that if they want to earn money they need to create their own income streams. These solutions I support are based on market research of the top performing areas of our era, online shopping & network marketing. These solutions allow you to have a fully transportable (work from anywhere!) business.
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Solution 1: NETWORK MARKETING
Network Marketing is the highest grossing industry worldwide currently sitting at $167 BILLION. Network marketing is a people-to-people business that can significantly expand your circle of friends.
Over 80% of women world-wide that earn more than $100,000 per annum, do it through network marketing. This industry is based on referral marketing & word of mouth.
Robert Kiyosaki (famous author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad) calls Network Marketing the business of the 21st century, this is backed up by financial moguls, Warren Buffet and Donald Trump, both having their own stakes in this industry. This industry has also produced the highest numbers of 6 and 7 figure earners world-wide.
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Solution 2: ONLINE RETAIL
According to the latest research courtesy of PwC and Frost & Sullivan, by 2016, online shopping expenditure in Australia is predicted to almost double to reach $30 billion.
Due to the changes in social behaviour, this is driven by technology but also shifting demographics and economic globalisation proving that online shopping is the way of the future.
In 2013, Netscape founder Marc Andreessen controversially claimed that “retail is dead”. He believed that online competition will result in the complete extinction of physical stores. 2013 saw an estimated $1.2 trillion in ecommerce sales around the world, which equates to year-on-year growth of 19%.
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