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Kenyan For Kenyan, Top Job To Start In Kenya With Little Money

Starting a business can be a harrowing experience and a significant risk, but it is unquestionably worthwhile.

Lack of funds should never deter you from pursuing your dreams; there are numerous enterprises that may be launched with very little money.

This post will look at small enterprises in Kenya that may be launched with a budget of $1, $5, $10, or $20,000. Due to cost constraints, the majority of the concepts suggested are internet-based. If you don't have enough money to cover rent, staff, inventory, utilities, and other expenses, it's difficult to start a physical firm.

Don't be scared if you've never worked with an online business before; it's not as difficult as it appears. You won't be doing any programming or anything like that. Don't let your fear of the unknown hold you back.

A professional business logo will be purchased from Fiverr with the $1000 budget. By demonstrating that you are a credible firm, a logo is the first step in instilling confidence in customers.

Here are the top ten businesses in Kenya that you may start with $1000:

1. BETA READING, PROOF READING, AND EDITING

If you have a knack for spotting typos and grammatical errors, editing and proofreading other people's work might be a lucrative side venture.

Beta readers, like editors, are persons who read and review other people's unpublished writings. Before releasing a new book, fiction writers frequently consult them.

Freelancing sites are a wonderful location to look for work as an editor, proofreader, or beta reader.

2. WRITING A RESUME

Before applying for jobs, many people seek professional help with their CVs. Upwork, Guru, and Freelancer are all good places to look for resume writing jobs.

3. ONLINE ASSISTANCE

Virtual assistants are self-employed individuals who use the internet to give technical and administrative assistance to busy people.

Because it is such a sought-after service, you have complete control over who you work with and how much you charge for your work.

4. MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL MEDIA

The amount of work required to keep social media accounts active overwhelms many businesses.

A social media manager's responsibilities include posting on a regular basis, increasing the number of page followers, communicating with users, and so on. You can find clients by contacting a variety of businesses to see if they are interested in your services.

5.GHOSTWRITING

A ghost writer is someone who is recruited to create a book, speech, article, song, or other type of written content on behalf of someone else who takes credit for it.

For folks who are good with language, ghostwriting is a terrific business opportunity. A short book that would take about 6 weeks to complete.

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