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Create and Start A Business for under $1000.

February 11, 2010

Creating a business in today’s market can be very expensive and risky!  Depending on the industry and business, start up cost can be astronomical   and monthly expenses can be several thousand dollars.  You may be in the red for several months/years before you even make a profit.

With the state of the economy, the housing market and general uncertainty, many of us either don’t have large amounts of cash to risk or invest in a business, or are afraid to invest.  The unemployment data and recession creates a situation of fear. It can be a “catch 22” with so many questions to ponder.  “Do I start a business and invest all that I have?”, “Do I keep my job and wait it out?”, “What kind of business would I start?” or worst yet… “I just got laid off from my job of 22 years…now what?”.  I’m sure there are a million and one questions that one can ask, just fill in the blanks for your own situation.

For many people, having their own business creates a sense of pride and freedom.  I know it does for me.  In my opinion, what precludes many of us from having our own business are 3 things: 1. The Initial Investment (not having enough money).  2. Knowledge (not knowing how to start your own business or not having the confidence that you know your industry of choice).  3. Fear (just a general feeling that you will fail with your venture).

The business that I want to introduce you to is a low start up high return opportunity.  So you don’t have to invest a large sum of cash, but you have the opportunity to gain a huge return.  This business provides you with a tremendous amount of resources to help get the knowledge and know how in short order, and it allows you the time to build your confidence.  You can approach it from a part time or full time basis–it really depends on your goals and situation.

What’s wonderful about this business it provides you a sound path, and rewards you generously.  One thing in particular that I like is the fact that there is residual income (a source of income that keeps coming in on a regular basis, from work you do once) and not just linear income (trading time for money).

The industry is Network Marketing and the company is Ardyss International.  Ardyss International was started in Mexico in 1989 by the Diaz de Leon Family. In May of 2007, Ardyss International moved their corporate headquarters to Las Vegas, Nevada and changed from a direct sales model to a network marketing business model.  Ardyss has also adopted the online business model in conjunction with it’s offline model. It now provides a business opportunity for people working from home to promote their products and earn while they are doing so…  They are ranked in the top 25 MLM companies, and have sales in the billions, yet they are still virtually untapped with less than 4%  distributor penetration in the USA.  Their compensation plan is a win/win plan considering what you get in return for your investment of starting a new business.   Take a look at some of the success of some of their distributors.

Ardyss carries  many in-demand products such as the Ardyss body magic, le vive, and like Avon and Mary Kay cosmetics, Ardyss carries many cosmetics as well.  Additionally, if you are into nutrition like many of us are, Ardyss like many other companies such as herballife, Mona Vie and Xango, they carry a line of nutritional products as well.

One in particular with huge demand is Le’Vive.  Ardyss Le’Vive concentrates the power of the world’s top five antioxidant producing fruits in one product: Mangosteen, Noni, Acai Berry, Goji and Pomegranate.

This opportunity is one of the best work at home businesses and truly a good way to make money. Be your own pampered chef, change in an instant and reap all the benefits!

You can get your business up and running for less than $500.00.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. kimberly thomas permalink
    March 20, 2010 1:07 PM

    want more info on starting business

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