6. Launch a virtual kitchen
When you think about opening an online business, food isn't the first thing that will come to mind. The food business has always been a popular venture in a brick-and-mortar setup, not online. But because of the pandemic, business models are changing, and virtual or cloud kitchens are becoming the norm.
Virtual kitchens are "restaurants" or commercial kitchen spaces that only offer menu items for delivery and takeout. With this venture, you'll have minimal overhead and location costs since you won't focus on the customer's dine-in experience.
In a virtual kitchen, you need to consider the menu items, kitchen equipment, marketing, packaging, delivery logistics, and payment methods. Once you've sorted that out, you can start cooking.