Making a business a side hustle or a full-time job is a good decision. Investing in businesses can make you wealthy if they perform successfully in the future. It takes time for a firm to expand, but once it does, you can count on strong earnings. Many of Kenya's wealthiest people today are entrepreneurs. In this essay, I'll discuss some of the business ideas that you can start in Kenya today with a capital of ksh 50,000 or less.
1. Buying and selling of second-hand clothes. Mitumba" is a term used to describe them. This type of business can be started anywhere in Kenya with a capital of Ksh 50,000. It's the type of business that will give you a good profit in a short period of time.
2. Barber shop. Despite the fact that many people in Kenya engage in this type of business, it remains one of the most profitable. With ksh 50,000, you may open a modern barbershop and make a lot of money in a single day.
3. Hotel. Many employees have lunch and, in the case of young employees, supper at hotels. You should place your company in a location where you can meet a large number of consumers in a single day. You'll make a lot of money if you invest in an hotel business.
4. Butchery. Many people enjoy eating meat. Customers visit the butchery every day, therefore the proprietors make a large profit every day. You can start a butchery with a capital of Ksh 50,000.
These are some of the lucrative enterprises you can start right now with a capital of Ksh 50,000. There are other more business opportunities in Kenya where you can invest your money and expect a positive return in the future. Have you ever tried your hand at business? What are some of the business ventures you can recommend to your friends?
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