Most people say that if you want to become rich, start a business. You will never become rich by depending on the salary alone in case you are employed.
Businesses act as a side hustle for people who are employed but settling on what business is perfect is one hell of a task. They are however not only meant to make anyone rich but to also be a savior when things go wrong on the other side.
For a business to thrive, there are several factors that one must consider before venturing into it.
Such include; the need that your business fills, is it unique, your target market, structure start-up cost among others.
You can start a business with as low as Kshs 1000 but in this article, we are focusing on those you can start with Kshs10,000.
1.Second hand clothes business
If there is one thing people will never stop buying, it is clothes and most Kenyans love to wear second hand clothes because they are easily affordable and unique in some manner.
One can easily make huge profits by buying these clothes in bulk and selling them at an affordable price
When you have a laptop/computer, all you need is a stable internet connection, domain name and website hosting provider.
However this is for someone who is passionate about writing. When you have the above mentioned things in place, all you need to do is to find the perfect and interesting topics that you can start writing about for the online audience to read. Sites that have a big audience attract advertisers and that is how you can earn.
- Cleaning Service Business
With only 10k, you can start your cleaning business by purchasing equipment such as mops, buckets, towels, soap and detergents among others.
With time you can register your business as a company and advertise it to find more clients.
- Fruits Vending
One can start such a business with Kshs10,000 or less. You can chose to blend the fruits and sell them in form of juices or just sell the fruits purely.
You only need space, a blender, disposable cups, fruits, a container, a refrigerator and you are good to go.
Agribusiness is another profitable venture that you can invest with only Kshs10,000. There is a lot to do here, you can decide to do poultry farming or vegetable farming, as well as other crops.
This kind of venture is not only profitable to the business person but to the country at large because of boosting food supply.
Kenyans love looking good, in nice hairstyles and haircuts. You can choose to venture in any of the two or both if you have a bigger budget.
For salon, you will need to purchase things like comb, dyes, Hair accessories, hair dryer, towels. For Barbershop you need the shaving machine, mirrors as well.
Barbershop and Salon go hand in hand.