Businesses to Invest in this Holiday Season

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As we approach the end of the year, dry season i.e winter draws nearer which means the holidays are close by so we’ll be taking a look at some businesses to start or invest in this season. With the world recovering from the coronavirus pandemic, the holiday season brings with it a much-needed relief and rare celebration from a torrid year.

1. Christmas decoration sales

Christmas is celebrated in 85% of the world and preparations for this celebration start mid-November and ends in January. Anyone into a business can involve in bulk wholesale and retail of Christmas decorations as well as investing in companies that produce such goods and services. This idea over the years has proven to be quite profitable as a lot of people liven up during the season.

2. Baking and culinary business

The Christmas season is the season where a lot of families go home for the festivities and this increases the amount of food and snacks that are going to be eating, leading to the increase in demand for such services. Investing in such would bring huge profit as people consume perishable products more and an increase in demand could lead to an increase in prices of such services.

3. Production of winter jackets, sweaters, mittens, and oversized clothes

Over the years scientists have proven that the larger the space inside clothes or jackets, the more heat is regulated to the body thus reducing the impact of the cold weather on the skin and if the skin is not well protected, it could lead to the deterioration of health, both inside and outside the body. This season there will be an increase in the purchase of oversized clothes and winter jackets as well as hoodies, sweaters and cardigans and this would and investment in this sort of business would bring a lot of profits and such business can be managed doesn’t just last for that period, it extends to the wet season when rainfall is at its peak.

4. Event Planning

As the Christmas season draws closer, there will be a lot more events which match the season that will be coming up for example Christmas Eve parties, Christmas Day Parties, After Christmas parties for those that would not be present to host or attend Christmas day events, as well as New Year’s Day parties and such parties would call for a whole lot of planning which is not an easy task to be done by just the host. Collaborations with companies who specialize in event planning and hiring event ushers would be highly profitable. Personal investment in such would as well bring a lot of gains.

5. Bulk production of fancy dresses, shoes, and winter boots

This season is a season where people have to attend a lot of end of the year events and attending those kinds of events require outfits to match the events or and the season. Production of fancy dresses and shoes or collaborations with organizations which offer such services would be of great gain because there will be high demand for such. The higher the Demand, the time goes, the increase in price. And when the prices of such goods, there is an increase in the profit of the manufacturers or the Producers. Production of winter boots would also a great investment because not everyone would be able to put on fancy shoes due to the harsh weather conditions.

6. Tourist attraction centres

People who travel far and wide to visit places that are very attractive in the season because there are certain areas in the world that look a lot more beautiful in the winter season. Investment in tourist attraction centres would be of great gain to those involved as the tourists would need a place to stay with good food and hospital services. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with glad tidings. Dwelling deeply on these points would not just make your customers happy but you as well.

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Alexander Ore

A mathematician, a budding PR / Advertising Consultant. An Artist, a businessman. A Lover of books, sports, and most especially gadgets and the stories that surround them.

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