With the growing number of jobless youth in the country, many have resolved to venture into business. While some may think it needs a lot of capital to start, the truth is there are so many small scale businesses that require minimal capital. Here is a list of the fastest growing small scale businesses in Kenya that could help you get started.
This is one of the booming businesses in Kenya right now. People are embracing it and sellers are making a kill from it every single day. From shoes to clothes, handbags to household stuff, Mitumba business is definitely one of those businesses you would consider. Besides the cash needed to start is not much. From as little as Kshs. 500,you will be good to go.
With towns and cities working on maintaining high cleanness standards, garbage collection is one business that has opened avenues for many young people. You just need to get contracts from home owners and the city/town authority and you are set to go. It however needs a lot of patience.
With the growing demand for eggs and white meat, chicken raring is one business to look out for. You don’t really need much space to start this and little capital is needed as well. So if you are not afraid of getting a little dirty, this could be your goldmine.
This is one of those businesses with guaranteed daily sales. People use charcoal on daily basis to cook in their homes. Business people in the hotel industry also use them. So you see, with it you can never go wrong. It’s also said that the profit margins are awesome. All you need is a good, reliable supplier and a selling spot on a high traffic area. Get your hands dirty, smile to the bank at the end of the day.
Egg/sausage/Samosa and smoky vending
It’s said that in business you can never go wrong with food. Well this is one business you will definitely want to consider. The profit is good and the start-up capital is not much. You will need a spot at a high traffic area as well as an aggressive and Customer friendly sales person. There is also an option of moving around hawking and it still works.
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