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Ideas for Goods and Services to Market and Sell

Goods and services humans tend to buy repeatedly, ordered by importance of necessity are as follows. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list.

  • Water – Essential for life.
  • Food items (grains, meat, dairy, fruits, vegetables) – Primary sustenance.
  • Housing (rent/mortgage) – Shelter is a basic need.
  • Electricity – Powers modern-day essentials.
  • Gas (for cooking and heating) – For warmth and meal preparation.
  • Medical services & medicines – Health and wellbeing.
  • Clothing – Protection and modesty.
  • Basic education – Knowledge and skills.
  • Transport (fuel, public transit tickets) – Movement and accessibility.
  • Telecommunication (internet, mobile plans) – Connectivity in modern world.
  • Personal care products (soap, shampoo) – Hygiene essentials.
  • Cleaning products (detergents, sanitizers) – Hygiene and cleanliness.
  • Maintenance services (plumbing, electrical) – Keeping homes functional.
  • Banking and financial services – Managing and safeguarding money.
  • Insurance (health, car, life) – Safety nets for the unforeseen.
  • Recreational activities (movies, sports) – Leisure and relaxation.
  • Books and digital subscriptions – Knowledge and entertainment.
  • Children’s needs (toys, school supplies) – For growing young minds.
  • Personal grooming (haircuts, salons) – Appearance and self-esteem.
  • Dining out & takeaway – Convenience and social experiences.
  • Fitness (gym memberships, sports gear) – Health and physique.
  • Travel (tickets, hotel bookings) – Exploration and leisure.
  • Pets (food, grooming, vet services) – For our furry companions.
  • Home décor and furnishings – Comfort and aesthetics.
  • Professional development (courses, workshops) – Skill enhancement.
  • Appliances & tech upgrades – Modern living demands.
  • Gifts & celebrations – Human social fabric and culture.
  • Gardening and landscaping services – Aesthetics and hobby.

The list is based on a global perspective, so individual necessities might vary based on cultural, regional, or personal differences. In a modern, interconnected society, the repeated consumption of these goods and services fuels economies and supports livelihoods, simultaneously reflecting our values, desires, and priorities.

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