Owning a Durable Goods Business
Examples of durable goods include home furnishings, cars, appliances, musical instruments, for example. These are things that last for a long time. An example of non-durable products would be packaging, paper products, cosmetics, foowear, etc.
As there are so many businesses that fall into this category, determine which is the best fit for your skills.
Research the business thoroughly. Hire an attorney and a knowledgeable business broker who can assist you.