We've put together a list of the greatest businesses to start with a capital of Ksh1,000 to Ksh10,000. Even with such a small investment, you can make millions of dollars each month. Some businesses may be required to obtain a business license, while others may be exempt.
Here is a complete list of enterprises in Kenya that can be started with less than Ksh10,000:
✓Shoe shining business
Starting a shoe polishing business with a capital of Ksh 3,000 to Ksh10,000 is sufficient. A towel, basin, some water, a brush, and shoe polish will set you back less than Ksh 1,500. Purchase a chair and begin polishing shoes in your town's streets. One consumer will pay anything between Ksh 50 and Ksh 200. To make a decent living, you need at least 10 clients every day. You can get up to 100 clients if you correctly position yourself.
✓Selling samosas and sausages
Kenyans love samosas and sausages these days, so it's no surprise that nearly every farmer is eager to start pig raising. In a store, a packet of sausages costs Ksh 120. You'll sell them for Ksh200 after roasting them, making a profit of Ksh80 per packet. You'll sell four sausage packages and countless samosas in a single day. The operating costs are negligible.
You should be mobile when running this type of business, moving about the streets to meet your customers.
✓Starting a kibanda with fruits and vegetables
A single kibanda will set you back Ksh5,000 to construct. After you've finished construction, you'll need money to purchase fruits and veggies. Groceries frequently begin as simple kibanda and evolve over time.
Some of the best things to sell in a Kibanda include Sukuma wiki, cabbages, carrots, tomatoes, spinach, and onions.
✓ Becoming a blogger
A capital of roughly Ksh 10,000 is required to become a blogger. All you'll need is a domain name, a website, and a way to monetize your blog. If you choose Bluehost, you will only need Ksh5,000 to register a domain name and pay for hosting.
Kenyan bloggers get money from AdSense, MGID, and affiliate marketing.
✓ Become a professional gambler
If you enjoy football matches, you can pursue a career as a professional gambler, analyzing games and placing wagers on a reputable betting platform. This company can be started with as little as Ksh100. I recommend that you sign up with 22Bet to receive a 100% welcome bonus.
✓ Becoming a YouTuber
You don't need any money to start a YouTube channel; it's a free platform for individuals who want to generate money from their videos. Upload amusing videos, educational videos, or videos that provide information about a certain event to YouTube. After a year, apply for AdSense monetization. At least 4,000 hours of watch time and 1,000 subscribers are required for approval.
If you have enough subscribers, at least 100,000, you can generate more than Ksh100,000 every month. Per 1000 views, YouTube pays $1-$1.5.
✓ CV and cover letter writing
Start writing CVs and Cover Letters to job searchers if you are proficient in Microsoft Office. Promote your services on social media and make it easy for people to contact you about them. You don't need any money to start a business like this.
Create a blog for job postings and HR consulting services after some time has passed.
✓ Data analysis services
This type of business can be started for less than Ksh10,000 by statisticians, mathematicians, actuaries, and anyone with data analysis expertise. To promote your services, all you need is a laptop and social media pages. You'll obtain referrals from them after earning a few clients and providing high-quality services. Thousands of university students require data analysis assistance.
✓ Rearing chicken
Depending on the quantity of chickens you'll be rearing, capital for launching a chicken rearing business can range from Ksh3 million to Ksh10,000. Kienyeji chicken is a good place to start because it doesn't require much attention. Ksh10,000 will buy 30 chicks, raise them for three months, and then sell them.
✓ Become a social media influencer
Create Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages, market them, and ensure that they go viral. Companies will approach you for marketing after a while. To become an influencer, you don't need any money.
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