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The Cost of Setting up a Second-hand Clothes Store In Kenya

There is lot of unemployment in Kenya and the whole world forcing people to enter into business opportunities regardless of their education qualifications. The reason behind this scenario it's because of many graduands with minimal job opportunities in the market. If a job arises, they need an experienced person posing a challenge to the potential youth's who are looking for jobs.

The rate of unemployment has caused youth's to major in selling of Second-hand Clothes in Kenya, a second-hand clothing store is among the best businesses to start in Kenya, according to Mrs Lee, a Second-hand clothe seller in Gikomba market, with Ksh 50000 to Ksh 70000,you're in a good position to commence this business since the clothes are affordable, they are in high demand among the low and middle-income Kenyans, who make up for a huge market segment. Therefore, with a good location, you can be sure to have a very thriving business in Kenya.

Another good thing about the business is that there are several places where you can source the clothes. Some of the best suppliers can be found in places such as Eastleigh, Gikomba market, Kamukunji, The Stage Market among others. You can purchase your stock from the suppliers in wholesale, which will give you a good profit margin once you resell them.In this type of business, you're the one to decide the cost to resell your clothes. It's a very profitable business idea.

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