Top 10 Industries For a Recession: Is Your Industry On The List?
Between major bank failures and mind-boggling bailouts, "recession" has become the most dreaded buzzword in the nation. But as always, whether times are bad or good depends on your point of view. Recession is not necessarily bad for business—in fact, some industries have no problem weathering recession because their services are necessity, not luxury. In fact, some business leaders are downright chipper about the situation. Check out our list of top industries for a recession to see why.
No matter what's going on, people still get sick and injured. Some studies have also shown that healthcare needs increase during recession due to the associated stress.
Computers, cars, jewelry, houses. If it can be fixed, people will choose repairs over buying new replacements to save money.
During times of economic uncertainty, companies hedge their bets with temps rather than commit to hiring more long-term employees.
Even in economic decline, people want the best education for their children. Supplemental learning centers, tutoring services, and test preparation franchises are all good bets.
Home care services are growing fast. These typically non-medical services offer an excellent alternative to expensive retirement centers for seniors who are still in good health.
From payroll to PR, companies save money by outsourcing services rather than paying full-time staff.
This is one business that improves when the economy slips. During these times, coupons are equally attractive to both upper- and lower-income shoppers.
With personal debt at an all-time high, demand in the debt settlement industry is as great as it's ever been.
From sporting goods to designer duds, consignment shops offer a win-win scenario for shoppers and sellers alike. Already a $12 billion industry, the resale industry is expected to grow 5% this year while many major retailers take a tumble.
A good property management company can protect the owners' investments during dicey times. It doesn't matter if real estate is selling or not—the only time property management could suffer is if the population lowers.
Can I Bid on a Competitor’s Trademarks on AdWords?
As the body of case law dealing with trademarks and keywords began to grow over the last decade, courts in different jurisdictions took different approaches to the issue—and often reached different outcomes. For example, while some courts have found both the sale and use of “trademarked” keywords to be unlawful trademark infringement, others have said that there isn’t a sufficient likelihood of confusion (the test for trademark infringement) to give rise to liability. These courts have frequently relied on the visual layout of search results and the growing general understanding of how search engines work to find that consumers will either (a) be smart enough to look out for the issue, or (b) turn back and keep searching if a search link doesn’t take them where they wanted to go.
Shopify Helps Online Store Owners Manage Their Businesses and Customers
Shopify offers different plan levels ranging from Basic to Premier. Depending on each store’s plan, Shopify charges fees up to 2% of each transaction processed, as well as a monthly fee. Only the most expensive plan, Premier, has no fee on each transaction.
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Assume that I’ve already identified a franchise opportunity that fits my personal, business and financial profile and my application has been approved.