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If you've been left scratching your head for clever ways to make money after one too many episodes of Dragon's Den, then look no further.
The top business ideas for 2019 have been revealed by researchers, who have predicted the trends and gaps in the market for the coming year.
Veganism - Foods - Market - Alternatives - Detox
With veganism bigger than ever, plant-based foods is said to be a great market to tap into along with plastic alternatives, while apps promoting a digital detox and health are also recommended.
A business that taps into demand for seventies-inspired houseplants or minimalist decor could also win you legions of customers.
Beauty - Industry - Bespoke - Cosmetics - Luxury
And in the beauty industry, bespoke cosmetics and microblading are expected to explode, while luxury pet care is an unexpected addition to the list.
Revealing the predicted trends to FEMAIL, Lucy Wayment of business resource site Startups.co.uk, said: 'Our new list of business ideas is perfect for those budding entrepreneurs who haven't yet thought of their killer start-up idea, and our experts predict they could make you millions.
Weird - Ways - Needs - UK - Consumers
'There are so many weird and wonderful ways to meet the changing needs of UK consumers. From kintsugi to macramé, 2019 could be the year you set yourself up for start-up success'.
This year is going to see veganism and other plant-based diets truly go mainstream.
Top - News - Agendas - Market - Research
At the top of many news agendas and with market research firm Mintel naming ‘evergreen consumption’ as one of its key food trends, the nation is obsessed with everything meat-free.
And with plant-based protein a growing market and a new shift towards ‘masculine plant power’, there’s plenty of opportunities for new businesses to capitalise on some less exploited areas of the trend.
Thanks - Episodes - BBC - Nature - Blue
Thanks to eye-opening episodes of BBC nature documentary Blue Planet II, the UK is finally making some headway in the war against single-use plastic.
So whether it’s developing recyclable alternatives...
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