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Seasonal Pop-Up Business Ideas

Are you interested in earning extra income over the holidays? Maybe you have a full-time job and you aren’t ready to commit to full-time entrepreneurship. In some cases, a young person may just want to dip their toes into business ownership - even temporarily. Maybe you just want to test a business idea at a time when people are most willing to purchase something new. Whatever the case may be, here is a list of business ideas for our seasonal entrepreneurs!


1. Thrifting clothes



Christmas is a time for giving! But for some, this may also be a great time to use what you already have to earn extra income. Get a batch of used or never-worn clothing (in premium condition) from your closet or from friends and family and get to selling!

2. Gift packaging


Gift-wrapping can be an art. For persons who want their gift wrapping to be creative and unique, this is a perfect business venture. This service can be marketed to large families with overwhelmed parents. Remember no venture is too small. This venture can expand into very viable business opportunities in the areas of gift wrapping design and store ownership. We all start somewhere!

3. Catering services


We all love Christmas food but we aren’t all meant to cook - unfortunately. Why not try a small catering venture for food-lovers who can’t cook their own Christmas meals?

4. Christmas desserts


For the gifted bakers among us, here is an idea for you. Bake special Christmas treats, just for the holiday season. This is a perfect way to make extra funds while doing what you love, even for people with a busy schedule.

Don't be discouraged by not having a huge, groundbreaking start-up idea. Start small, start simple, start with the right heart, and your business will grow.

5. Christmas hampers and gift boxes


Shopping is a hassle! Persons can order custom gift boxes from you instead. You can shop on their behalf, arrange an attractive gift box and take the work off their hands. The ideas are endless!





Don't be discouraged by not having a huge, groundbreaking start-up idea. Start small, start simple, start with the right heart, and your business will grow.


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