All in the Family – The perfect niche businesses

Latest posts by Christine Haskell (see all)

I know these aren’t sustainable businesses, but they are the perfect niche businesses. Seems to be part of a new trend targeting every part of the family. Except poor, poor Dad.

What niches do you target?

Grandparents.com Grandparents.com is a life-stage destination for a new generation of active grandparents who want fresh ways to interact, stay connected, and strengthen family bonds. With an esteemed editorial staff, the site offers content tailored exclusively for grandparents, including kid- and grandparent-friendly activities, family travel ideas, compelling lifestyle features, expert advice, product reviews for toys and technology, gift ideas for all ages, and much more. To facilitate deeper connections among grandparents, children, and their parents, members have access to a range of safe online communications tools from blogs and forums to photo and video sharing. Grandparents.com is headquartered in New York City and is owned by private investment firms Laser Partners and TWS Partners.
Savvy Auntie SavvyAuntie.com is the first and only community for Aunts: Aunties by Relation (ABR), Aunties by Choice (ABC), Mommy Aunties, Great Aunts, Godmothers, and all women who love kids. SavvyAuntie.com enables and empowers Aunts to exchange ideas, get advice, find gifts and connect with other Savvy Aunties. The first to offer Forums, Groups, Blogs, an Auntiepedia and other social tools designed uniquely for Aunties, as well as *Digital Scrapbooks and a *Digital Fridge Door for kids’ artwork, SavvyAuntie.com gives Aunts a unique and modern approach to learn, connect, share and celebrate Aunt-hood.
CupCake Mom Cupcake came about as our girlfriends made the journey from champagne-sipping singles to motherhood. They needed a place where they could re-connect with themselves and other like-minded women.These pregnant and new mums asked for seminars and classes to tone their bodies, enrich their minds, and care for their babies. They asked for bespoke spa treatments and ‘me-time.’ They also asked for post natal personal trainers, a concierege and an organic mum-baby cafe
Total
0
Shares
Previous Article

Study proves that personalized emails are more effective

Next Article

Espresso Shot Insight: Resist the pressure to grow too fast

Related Posts
Read More

The Fear of Commitment: Why ‘No Obligation’ Is Music to Your Customers’ Ears

We live in a world with endless options and opportunities: where to live, where to eat, where to travel. Things to do, things to see… …Things to buy.  With so many options (and many at their fingertips), why would customers want to commit to something? They wouldn’t. And often don’t. After all, having too many...
home-based businesses
Read More

The Value of Home-Based Businesses to Economic Recovery

The challenge of America’s economic recovery, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, is to spread it to every community – and especially those that have been historically excluded. The key to meeting that challenge is to appreciate the civic and economic value of an overlooked resource: home-based businesses. There are about 16 million home-based...
Read More

WJR Business Beat: Job Switchers Rewarded with Higher Pay (Episode 406)

On today's Business Beat, Jeff Sloan talks about how it's going to be more difficult and costly for small businesses to hire the best talent because job switchers during the pandemic have seen significant salary hikes. Tune in to today's Business Beat for more:   Tune in to News/Talk 760 AM WJR weekday mornings at...
startup team
Read More

5 Strategies for Building a Great Startup Team

The way you treat your employees, their time, skills and abilities in the early phases of your union as a team influences the rest of your company's course of action. Mark Zuckerberg once said, "The most important thing for you as an entrepreneur trying to build something is, you need to build a really good...