If you are considering to start cereals business in Kenya then it is a profitable venture with a ready market. Any business that is food related rarely close down if it’s well managed.
Here are tips on how you can start a cereal business in Kenya:
1. Research the market.
Conducting a research before you set up any business is one of the most important factors that you must consider. You will have to know what people buy most so that you can provide for them.
2.Identify a good business location.
It best if you find a developing town or any place that has high human foot traffic. In such areas mostly in towns people highly depend on cereals produce for live hood, so your business will highly catch up with a very short period of time.
3.Acquire a business license.
You will need a business license for you to conduct your business without any problem. The business permit costs around 8000 KSH per annum which you can simply get it from the government offices.
4.Get the required capital.
This should be considered as the first step when you are considering to open up a business. For you to start a good cereal business, you must be able to purchase cereals in bulk and transport them your business location.
5.Get the necessary equipment’s that you need.
There are some tools that you will need when you are opening your cereal shop. These tools will help you in ways such as packing and ensuring that your consumers get the best services from you.
6.Advertise your business.
You can put a signboard that will stand out and notify people that there is a cereal shop there. You can also advertise on social media platforms and organize who you can make deliveries for your customers who are at a close range and can’t reach out to the shop.
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