Are you looking for business ideas to start in Kenya with little capital?
If so, this article post is just what you need.
1. Start an events management company
All you need to become an event manager in 2022 is some business acumen, a good team to help you out, and some marketing skills to get your business off the ground.
An events management company can be involved in planning, organizing, and managing different types of events such as weddings, corporate events, birthday parties, anniversaries, and so on.
This is a business that has a high potential for success and can be started with little capital.
Just make sure you have a good business plan, an attractive website, and some amazing photos of past events to attract clients.
2. Sell chips (French Fries)
This is a business venture that can be started with little capital and has a high potential for success.
All you need to start this business is some cooking skills, affordable cooking space, and some marketing skills to get your business off the ground.
You can sell chips in schools, at bus stops, in churches and other places where there is a high concentration of people.
You can also sell chips online through your own website or social media platforms.
Just make sure you have a good business plan and a catchy slogan to attract customers.
3. Freelancing business
Freelancing is a business venture that has been growing in popularity in recent years.
This is because it offers people the opportunity to work from home and make some extra income.
There are many freelancing platforms online such as UpWork, Fiverr, Freelancer, and so on where you can find clients who need your services.
If you have some skills and experience in a particular field, then freelancing is a great business venture to start with little capital.
4. Provide delivery services
You can also start a business that provides food delivery services.
All you need is a good business plan, a reliable team to help you out, and some marketing skills to get your business off the ground.
If you have more money to spare, you can also start a business providing delivery services for other goods such as clothes, cosmetics, baby items, and so on.
This is a business that is especially ideal for stay-at-home moms who want to make some extra income while not doing the actual work themselves.
5. Start a business providing transportation services.
You will need to get the relevant licenses and permits from the government before starting this business though.
If you don’t have cars, bikes, or TukTuks to earn from, then consider feet management.
After all, businesses like Uber, Lyft, and Bolt are already doing the same thing without cars. So why not you?
Just set up an office and convince car owners that they can make Ksh. 40,000 per month with their cars if they sign with you.
6. Dropshipping business
Dropshipping is a business model that has been growing in popularity in recent years.
All you need to start a dropshipping business is an online store, some products to sell, and a reliable supplier.
You can find suppliers of different products online through websites such as Alibaba, AliExpress, and eBay.
And if you don’t want to wait for two weeks for products to reach your clients, then consider using local dropshipping suppliers in Nairobi.
7. Affiliate marketing business
Affiliate marketing is a business model that has been growing in popularity in recent years and is still a good business to start in 2022. Especially if you are tight on budget.
All you need to start an affiliate marketing business is a website or social media page, and a reliable affiliate network.
You can find a list of reliable affiliate networks online through websites such as Commission Junction, Rakuten, and ClickBank.
And if you don’t want to create your own website or social media page, then consider using platforms such as YouTube and Instagram to promote products.
8. YouTube Channel
Did you know that YouTube is currently a trend that’s making millionaires in Kenya, and it doesn’t even cost a coin to start?
All you need to start a YouTube channel is a camera, some creative content, and an internet connection.
You can find cameras at affordable prices in most electronics stores in Kenya or you can just use your phone to get started.
And if you don’t have the creative content, then consider hiring a freelance video editor to help you out.
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