Abhi Still you would need to spend a lot of money on simply anti DDoS protection
Interesting point, although I'm a firm believer that DDoS protection should be something that the ISP provides, and not the hosting company. If you are looking for a cheap way to have DDoS enabled, use CloudFlare - virtually every hosting company will recommend this as it removes the cost requirement for them.
You'd need to enter into a partnership program, and act as a reseller of their services. I'm not sure that this adds any real value though, as anyone armed with a credit card can gain direct access. Where there is value add is support. This is notoriously expensive from AWS, and there are companies out there that provide an MSP approach but use AWS as their back-end.
Abhi They do a lot of hiring. Especially remote support.
Yes - this is typically boutiques who use remote support as a way of keeping costs down. They have a centralised non-geographic number that can be called, and the first available agent - often working from home - will pick this up