Creating an online business has been an absolute life saving decision — literally — for many Americans in recent years. After the devastating crash of the economy, housing, and job markets during the Great Depression, people who once felt safe, secure, and stable in their own homes and careers suddenly faced the harsh reality of being jobless and even homeless. So what do you do when your bank account reaches the single digits, you don’t have a job, and the bank is getting ready to take away your home?
You start an online business. Like, duh.
Starting an online business is what has allowed many Americans to not only overcome the financial hardships they endured during the Recession but it’s what has also blessed thousands of Americans with fulfilling and rewarding work on their terms. Imagine having the opportunity to do the work you love and always to do while being your very own boss? How’s that for landing your dream job?
While creating the career you’ve always wanted while being your very own boss definitely has its perks, it also a few logistical issues that can be not so dreamy. For example, say your online gig is creating handmade bath and beauty products made from organic and sustainably sourced ingredients. Great! But once things really take off and you’ve grown beyond your living, basement, garage, and your walk in closet, what do you do with all that stuff?
Consider renting a warehouse for rent in Orlando — or wherever you’re located — and you may even want to consider leasing office space or leasing retail space. Renting a warehouse or leasing a warehouse is not only great for having tons of additional storage space, but it also is an excellent way to organize and streamline your logistics such as shipping and handling.