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Guide to Starting a Day Care Business in Kenya that Will Make you Ksh 100,000 Per Month

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The number of parents looking to wean their babies as early as possible is rising as the middle income earners strive for better jobs and salaries. However, long gone are the days when hiring house helps from the rural areas was cheap and that was the norm and the tradition of the society.

Lately, house helps have become very expensive to maintain owed to the additional burden of employees’ benefits for example NHIF deductions.

Because of all these, parents now prefer to take their infants to day care centers.

A day care business, unlike other business investments will cost you next to nothing. Basically the two most important assets in starting this business are: the knowledge on early childhood development and the love for children. The other important aspect is the trust from the parents so that they can entrust you with taking care of their children.

Here are some basics that you need to know before starting a daycare business:

Step 1: Getting started.

You need to find a good location for this business. This means that the location should be in a good place and a clean environment and mostly important should be spacious.

Even if you choose to operate it from your home or in a commercial leased house, you will need to get a professional determination on whether or not the premises are suitable for a childcare facility.

A spacious house with several rooms in a rural area can cost Ksh 5,000 and a similar one in an urban area can cost up to Ksh 20,000 to around Ksh 50,000 and above for high tier estates.

Step 2: Get the license

Once you have figured out the location of your business, you will need to think about getting a license and insurance. The most important license you will need is the single business permit and fire safety both which is issued by the county government.

The former goes for Ksh 15,000 and the latter for about Ksh 3,000. You will also need to purchase liability insurance cover to protect your facilities, staffs and also children. The cost of this may vary.

Step 3: Prepare the premises and also buy equipment.

You can call in a carpenter and a painter to do the job of converting your into a typical child friendly environment, ask the painter to do bright colors that children love and more attractive to children. At the same time, you can also request the carpenter to help you with making affordable equipment.

These are the basic equipment and appliances you may need:

  1. Toys like dolls, water colors, finger paints, markers, and ribbons, plastic blocks, stuffed animals and puzzles.
  2. Basic education materials like story books and charts.
  • Furniture for example small chairs, tables, couches, nap mats and tools.
  1. Appliances like refrigerator, small sufurias, microwave, buckets and cups.
  2. Playground equipment like used car tyres, bouncing castle, trampolines etc.

Step 4: Market your business

The best way to market a baby day care business is through referrals. So even if you are setting up the facility remember to network with as many parents as possible: that means that a good reputation is the key and the only way out to be known. Invest in a few flyers and business cards if possible and a bit of social media marketing later on if possible.

Step 5: Hire additional staffs.

Before hiring any additional staff, make sure that they have a Certificate of good conduct and a good knowledge of caring for children. Someone may seek to work with you for their hidden ill agenda.  Some of the staff members you can hire include security personnel, cleaners, cooks, and tutors especially for ECD. And always remember that the smaller the team the better.

Step 6: Invest in documentations.

You can think of keeping a list of parents to sign when they have brought in their babies and the time they took their kids away. Including the acknowledgement that the parents fully understand and accept the rules and policies more so the procedures of your day care center.

Step 7: Determine your pricing.

You should consider the cost of renting your facilities, how much you will pay your staffs per day or month will influence your pricing.  And also compare your prices with the other day care centers in your area.

  1. How much to invest: Starting small is the way to build a successful daycare business. Just get what is enough to pay the room if you are renting, buy basic supplies and market your business.
  2. How much to expect in return: Parents pay as much as Ksh 30,000 per term that is for a child in the middle to upmarket estates of Nairobi. Using this estimate we as the entrepreneurs, we can project revenue of Ksh 600,000 in 3 months for a small day care center of around 20 children and this could translate to Ksh100,000 net profit per month and after deducting all expenses.

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Starting a day care business is a great idea, the energy and determination is what you need. Go ahead and utilize this opportunity to build a business that will make this world a better place to be.

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15 Highly Inspiring Quotes from George Wachiuri That Will Make You Think Differently

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As the captain to one of the most ambitious companies in Africa, George Wachiuri is a man admired by many – not because of his success over the years but also for his service to the community and warm personality.

To start with, this man is pretty much unstoppable, his journey took off by losing a Sh 5M worth of lifetime savings through a deal gone sour. But that did not stop him from heading to the future – he soldiered on to build and position Optiven Group as a reading real estate brand in east Africa before diversifying into hospitality, construction, agribusiness and insurance.

But perhaps the greatest thing Mr. Wachiuri has ever done is inspire others to be their best selves. He can also make miracles happen, too. In fact, if it weren’t for him, most entrepreneurs in Kenya including myself could still be struggling in our businesses. Here’s how some of his 15 most inspirational quotes can transform your life;

  1. No one should ever give up. Learn to focus on your vision, trust in God, be self-disciplined, network relentlessly, be passionate about your undertakings, work smart and hire people who are smarter than you.
  2. I ventured into business thinking it would be easy, I failed 15 times before things started working out. When you fail dust yourself off and rise up, it is a lesson.
  3. Always be in peace with each other, do good and help those that are disadvantaged in life. If you cannot help many, just help one.
  4. It takes many hands to make light work, but more importantly, it takes one step at a time to complete the journey of 1000 miles.
  5. Keep telling yourself good and positive things. Keep mining the best attributes out of yourself. I am a great person, I am the best that there is, I am a winner, I am extremely handsome, I am amazingly beautiful. Ultimately, you will condition your brain to think and act with this kind of positivity. And when success comes as a result of this positive attitude, take time to celebrate, however minimal this success seems.
  6. One thing I have discovered about life is that the best age to be is 45 to 55 years as you are able to skillfully take calculated risks.
  7. Awards are given out as a reward to those who have a positive impact on their communities and the country or region they operate.
  8. Service to humanity and leadership to humanity is a humble calling
  9. It is an effort and requirement for all of us to reach out to the youth through mentorship. This way, we empower them to leave a tangible mark wherever they go and make society a better place.
  10. If all your friends are always affirming you, you will end up living in a comfort zone.
  11. Take a risk and explore new things, new targets, smile differently, work differently. People who don’t change become salty.
  12. The worst thing that you can ever do is to yourself is to compare yourself with another person. You have to always remember that you are the only version of yourself in the whole world.
  13. It is wise to avoid unnecessary competition with your peers, with your colleagues, with your family members. You better learn to compete with only one person in life – yourself.
  14. Never allow people to define you or your capacity. Be assertive and learn to go for what you want in life without seeking the approval of everyone around you. Have a total control of your life and break the chains of unrealistic societal expectations that will always turn into a frustrating mirage chase.
  15. There is joy in diversity. Life could be very boring if we were all looking the same, talking the same language or belonging to the same religion. Learn to accommodate other people.

Which of the quotes above inspired you most? Comment below,

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5 Profitable Businesses You Can Reap Big From Right After College

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To most of us, college life is usually the best phase of life it comes with ample freedom. College is meant to be a stepping stone into the real life. Unfortunately many of us are too engaged with this life that we forget to ready ourselves for the life after campus. We forget that soon, we shall no longer receive the HELB. We ought to be ready to transition to life after college. So let us get our aerials raised as we venture into this.

What we are taught in school is vital. Often times there are business units no matter which course you are pursuing, in most colleges these are placed under the Entrepreneurship unit common to all students in campus.

As a graduate or if you are still in college, the transition is not as tough as most people perceive it. While in school, get to learn what is lacking in the market and what people are in need of and give them that. That is called identifying business gaps and converting them into profitable ventures.

For instance, there is a craze of everyone striving to keep healthy. Everyone wants to look fit and be in good shape. If you have a passion for cooking, you can always supply healthy foods to clients at their doorsteps.

Arrowroots (nduma) and sweet potatoes (ngwaci) are selling like hot cake. Try supplying them, ready and cooked to offices or homes. In one week’s time you will get multiple orders.

The profits are captivating. You get to buy 6 sweet potatoes at Ksh 100 and sell one at Ksh. 30 or 40. That means in six, you make Ksh. 240. A whooping Ksh. 140 in profits. How great is that? Good thing for this business you will need less than Ksh. 1000 starting capital.

Another amazing venture is the mitumba business. This one you can even do it right in college. I had friends who would do this and they would make good money. You go to gikomba, buy ladies’ clothes say dresses, tops, trousers, handbags and then you get to sell them. For instance you buy a top at Ksh.20 or 30, sell it at Ksh. 150 or Ksh 200.  The profits are unimaginable! Ksh. 170 in profit! How about a dress? You buy one at Ksh. 100 and sell it at Ksh. 300. This now gets really enticing! With your Ksh. 2000, you are definitely good to go.

Another ideal business would be pottery; this would demand passion for molding. All you need is a workshop, where you can mold soil, mix it with water, give it a shape, let it settle for some few days and then sell it out. How about you sell it to tourists or people who store ashes in pots? Do you see the fortune? You can even get market from abroad once you get a recommendation.

Another profitable venture is cereals selling business. Get to buy rice in bulk, beans or ndengu. You can start small and then grow to supplying to wholesalers. This business is good because these are commodities that are a must have for every household and they are not perishable. They also come with irresistible profits.

Are you good at public speaking and the forums that come with it? You can moderate events and get paid really well. The likes of Johnson Mwakazi get a livelihood through this. You also can be the next Mwakazi.

Just do not sit and complain that there are no jobs. Create the jobs, you have been in school and acquired knowledge. It is high time you used the knowledge to benefit yourself and the society at large.

I believe that there’s so much more God has impacted in us. We just need to get out of our comfort zones and acknowledge that we can be so much. Let us not limit ourselves. After all, everyone was created uniquely. Let us all absorb that uniqueness.

Arise young people, Arise Kenya and Africa at large! Let us change the world with the knowledge we have acquired. At times we may need a little push, and well, that is okay. But the greatest push and enemy is from within.

Coming from college, first of all you are educated. You know how to handle pressure, customers and finances. You are smart! You passed through school and attained knowledge. Now use it!

Graduates, I hope we all come out of the cacoon of ‘no employment’ and then live miserable lives just because someone does not think you are qualified enough. Start small and watch yourself grow.

If you think you have what it takes, Take up your mat and walk!

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50 Lucrative But Low Cost Business Ideas To Start In Kenya Today

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Starting a business is not a luxury but a necessity for anyone whose aim is to transform the world, make some good money and become a millionaire someday. The ground is so fertile and there are loads of people to patronize you. Even though entrepreneurs complain of heavy taxes they pay, sometimes this cannot be compared to the profit that one will make.

Below are our top 50 lucrative business ideas you can work on;

  1. Child care centers commonly known as day care.

With increasing cases of insecurity from house helps who abuse or sell babies, many parents are now opting to take their non-school going children to child care centers. Many middle class parents leave home as early as 5:30am and they get back home as late as 7:00pm, thanks to the perennial traffic holdups in our roads especially in Nairobi and Mombasa.

Day care centers allow parents to leave their children in a secure and educational environment while at work. However, if you want to open one, the requirements are not as much as you may think.

  1. E-commerce stores.

You can come up with an idea to provide a platform for the people to sell their items, by doing this you can make good money. One can tend to come up with an online store such jumia, OLX, pigiame, rupu etc.

Ask people to place their items for sale at a small fee and market this platform vigorously. Your platform should have categories like furniture, cars, utensils, clothes, gift items, books, jewelry, food, services. Be specific with your intentions. Complete it with beautiful pictures for easy navigations.

  1. Event and party planning.

Every day, week, month and year, people are parting. Corporate, religious, entertainment events, weddings and birthdays and many other events are taking place everywhere and every time. Planning and holding parties can be so stressful and most people who are throwing these events and parties are busy and may desperately need others to plan and execute for them. This work goes for a flat fee, depending on the size of the party. By targeting 2 or 3 parties or events in a week, just imagine how much you can make in a year.

  1. Consulting

Are good at solving problems or issues? If people always come to you for help on certain areas, may be it could be the prime time to give it a try and offer services to people with a fee. Business need consultants who can help them realize their missions and visions. Individuals also want help with the problems in their lives. People are always willing to pay if you can help them stay focused in their work and their ways towards achieving their goals.

If you are good at a particular area or subject, you can also teach it to others at a fee. These people could be students, business people or employees. You stand a good chance of making money with this business idea. You can choose to do it face to face or online.

  1. Janitorial services.

Residential and commercial buildings must be regularly cleaned. With many companies and county governments now outsourcing their cleaning needs, for the business premises and buildings, the opportunity is in offering cleaning services. With only a few cleaning tools and shampoos, you can negotiate with the owners of the buildings and businesses to clean their premises at a monthly fee. You can charge a fee of sh100, 000 to Ksh 500,000 depending on the size of the building.

  1. Garbage collection.

Garbage collection services by local authorities in Kenya collapsed decades ago. These services are now provided by private entities and individuals. For residential areas, the major opportunity is in the garbage collection and the disposal of garbage generated in the houses. Walk around and sign homes to collect garbage from at a fee, maybe sh500 per month. With thousands of people having built their homes in the urban areas, this business opportunity is limitless.

  1. Agribusiness value addition.

Kenya’s economy is essentially still agri-based and looking around almost every home in the rural and many urban homes, there is always some sort of agriculture going on. Food is and will always be a demand in the whole world. Agribusiness is one of the biggest business idea in Kenya or the whole world. You can’t go wrong if you choose to add value to agricultural produce and sell. For example, instead of selling milk alone, you can turn that milk into mala (sour milk) or cheese. You will fetch much better prices in the market.

  1. Poultry business.

Starting a poultry farm can appear easy but starting it as a business is something different. This means that you are not only a chicken farmer but also an entrepreneur. When starting this business, you will need to define your target market and the part of the chicken industry you intend to venture. The chicken industry has two parts; layers, where the chicken bred also lay or produce eggs, or Broilers, where chicken are bred mainly for meat.

  1. Freelance writing.

It is always very possible to become either a full-time freelance writer earning a living, or to be a part-time freelancer supplementing a regular paid income. You can also do it for fun or build another broader portfolio of skills. You will get the basics on what it takes to ease your way into freelance writing as a career or to be put properly, turn your writing hobby into a carrier that does not affect your day job.

  1. Pest control business.

If you always think of starting a business that can guarantee you steady income, then one of your opinions should be starting a pest control business. Pest control involves eradication of potentially harmful insects and rodents in residential properties. These days more and more people are conscious of eradicating things that might bring ill health. This can be a very good business to start.

  1. Disc jockey.

Employ your compilations of music from a variety of eras to please every generation in music. The wedding DJ can make or break the event. If you have a lot of energy, knack for detail, love for music and personality, this could be the perfect role for you. Some DJs also serve as the wedding planner. By learning both trades, you can make yourself good money.

  1. Car washing.

Cars get dirty and need regular wash but most people have no time to spare. Driving to the car wash to get your car professionally cleaned is much easier and faster than spending time washing it yourself.

Starting a car wash requires having a free space and some money to buy possible a bar soap or foam and sometimes a piece of cloth to wash with.

  1. Mobile device repair business.

People will always come with their mobile phones and that is why you can pick the pick the trade of a phone repairer up. First rule, before starting this business you will have to acquire some phone repair skills because you have to win the trust of your client and to be on top of the game to gain more clients.

  1. New and second hand clothes.

The clothing store industry comprises of small retail stores that sells a limited range of clothing and accessories. You can decide to start selling mitumbas by the street and get a shade that u sell your second hand clothes.

  1. Chemical merchant.

Demand for some chemical products is high. The homemade chemicals are always the best alternative for some people. Most of the local hotels use these homemade detergents for their clients to wash their hands before and after meals. This can grab you money as a business by just identifying which hotels to sell to.

  1. Soap making.

Soaps are part of the products that are made from the chemical products and they are used for washing and bathing. No doubt there is a large market for soap and the industry is still pretty much open as many people are ready to make soaps.

  1. Airtime selling

Sell recharge cards, the lower denominations to friends, colleagues and family and make some small cash for you, it does not anything to start at least with Ksh 5,000 or even less.

  1. Laundry services.

This business is good and cheap to start. There is a large market for this, many Kenyans are busy with work and how they can make money and sometimes doing laundry is a problem.  You can start a laundry business by giving out your contacts on how one can get you. Most people call them mama wash. Or you walk door to door to ask if you can get some task to do.

  1. Brick molding.

The real estate market in Kenya is growing. Demand for affordable homes is on the rise. Bricks are affordable to produce and thereby providing affordable building option. All you need is a brick making machine, enough sub soil, spades and labour.

  1. Appliance repair.

Fix your customer appliances and other electronic equipment. Many Kenyans have both electrical and electronic appliances that they want to fix; you can tap into this business and make good money.

  1. Computer repair.

With the increase in the sales of computer and laptop in the Kenyan market, scope of repairing services will automatically grow in Kenya. Computer repair and maintenance service is good business idea to start.

  1. E-book writing.

If you enjoy writing and you know the technique of making e-book, then e-book writing is one of the best business ideas for women. You can start selling these e-books from your website, blog or Amazon.

  1. Selling snacks and drinks.

Snacks are everyone’s in between meals as they come in handy at the office, in school, on special occasions such as parties, meeting, conferences, and seminars and also along road sides. Soft drinks usually accompany them as well just think of selling egg rolls, sausage rolls, donuts and other tasty light snacks like cakes. These can be sold in schools and in busy places like bus stations and commercial areas along with milk, yoghurt and also water.

  1. Private tutor.

How about teaching children after school? Many parents are busy and cannot afford to pay home teachers, you can organize a small after school lesson from home and charge just a little less than the home teachers and make some cool money. You have to choose your subject(s) of expertise.

  1. A saloon or barber shop.

This kind of business is always underrated but the rewards are handsome. You can start the business by visiting clients in their homes and then later look for a physical location where your clients can trace you easily. The capital required to start a saloon always depend on the location and the size of your business. For example in Nairobi there are saloons that charge up to sh50, 000 but head but the normal rate ranges from Ksh 600 per head.

  1. Boiled eggs and sausages.

If you are a small entrepreneur or you have little capital which will not be enough to start a big business, this is where you can start. To start sausage, samosa and eggs business you need a capital of between Ksh 2, 000 to Ksh 10,000. What is surprising is that this kind of business is very profitable. With this type of business, you can make profits of up to Ksh 48,000 per month in Nairobi.

  1. Food truck and food cart.

If you have not noticed, food trucks and food carts are more than just hot dog and burger stands now. Many are in the cutting edge of the cities in which they operate in. if you can cook and drive and you don’t mind putting in some long hours, you can have a successful business in the portable restaurant space.

  1. Coffee Bar or tea saloon.

You do not have to go crazy here. We are not talking about a full-blown restaurant, which is likely to go beyond your budget. You can open a little space that has a nice selection of coffee and teas, and maybe some snacks. Keep it open from morning till lunch this is to catch the commuters and the office crowds. Of course the location of this business matters a lot and it is very important too. It can be as small as cart if you can find a way efficiently store your product and your equipment.

  1. Rare book dealer

This business is very easy to get into but somewhat harder to turn it into a full time gig. Just start buying rare books and try to sell them out, and you can be a dealer of rare books. The challenge can be selling enough rare books often enough to sustain a full time business, but for those who are up to it, the rare book game can be a lot of fun.

  1. Pet grooming.

People love their pets and regret not having time they’d like to take care of them. You can always help assuage their guilt and keep their precious furry friends clean and clipped with pet grooming business; this can only work best with you if you are a fun of pet too.

  1. Home based food business.

Can you cook for any reason? You might have your chance if you start a home based food business. Unlike a restaurant or even a food truck, with this business, you can prepare everything in your own home and then deliver it to a client or even have your clients order what they want and then they it up later.

  1. Commercial real estate broker.

There is no reason to sugar coat it; this is a tough business in deed. But if you can network and sell enough to make it in commercial real estate broker, your business venture could be staggeringly successful. This is not something you can just jump into, all states require real estate brokers to be licensed, and acquiring a license could require up to 90hours of course work.

  1. Firewood services.

If you are not a lumber jack, you are still okay to start a business running a food service. A blaze in the fireplace is wonderful on cold nights, but getting and storing firewood can be a real pain for a lot of people. You can make this easier by delivering wood to them.

  1. Hauling services.

Everybody has junks. People moving into or out of houses, people out houses and people who need to get rid natural debris such as tree limbs and piles of large weeds could all use someone with a truck to take that stuff away.

  1. Carpet installation.

Hardwood floors might not be the rage in homes now, but plenty of places still need carpet installed. Offices, for example, almost always have carpeted floors, as do hostels, many apartments and some restaurants. Whenever there is a commercial real estate, there is a need for carpet installation.

  1. Construction services.

In many states construction projects starts to bloom. And they are not just houses and commercial buildings, either. Garages, sheds and play houses are also in the works. With the right skills and tools, you can create a successful business doing local residential construction projects.

  1. Fabric covering.

Old furniture can look like new with the right treatment. A re-upholstery job can extend the life of a sofa or chair by years. And furniture is expensive, so people are looking for ways to make their furnishing last. That’s where you come in, with a business that offers fabric coverings for furniture or just about anything else fabric can cover.

  1. Vacuum cleaner and repair.

Vacuums are supposed to suck and it is a problem when they do not. Vacuum cleaner repair businesses are becoming increasingly rare, but vacuums still breaks, meaning there is a huge opportunity for you to start a repair business yourself.

This is possibly one of the most lucrative fields to top into in the digital edge. Professional blogging require only a minimal startup cost. You only have to invest in a domain name and hosting space initially at least. This is best if you are into writing.

  1. Online fitness instructor.

The world is looking on how to get fit. While not everyone has the time or inclination to visit the gym or join any fitness classes, the idea of fitness instructor visiting their homes or houses and helping them get in shape is definitely more appealing to them.

Those looking to launch a business in online fitness should spend their money on maintaining a strong online presence through their website and social media pages, considering that they do not have to rent a studio space or equipment.

  1. Dance or a music school.

The only investment that those looking to run a dance or a music school is a rental space. Besides this, the business runs on their skill as an instructor as well as their active presence in respected circuits. As the business grows, they may need to set aside an amount for the salary of an assistant or associates as well, but in the initial stage, the trick is to make sure that enough people are recommending your school to its potential students.

  1. Translation services.

In the light of globalization, the influx of overseas business deals has risen fourfold, and in many cases it is difficult to have the meetings with the local considering the lack of a common language for communication. Thus translators are high in demand, and those looking to go into the business would be happy to know that the cost for setting it up is based at a bare minimum. The only real thing that they need is to attend classes on the particular foreign language to become fluent enough to practice it.

  1. eBay selling.

There are really some people who make a decent people living buying things at the garage sales and flea markets and selling them on eBay. Big secrets? Stick to products you know or you can learn before you start extremely well, package your goods carefully, and provide impeccable customer services. It helps to have a digital camera or a scanner, but it is not required. In Kenya here people call them mali mali.

  1. Shoe making.

These are the people that most do look down upon. You can start in an open space by making and repairing shoes it always have a market as there are so many people who wants to repair their shoes instead of buying a new one.

  1. Personal services- shopping and errands.

This is a great business idea especially heading into a holiday season. Believe or not, there are people who would not be caught dead going anywhere near a mall to do shopping, but they are not comfortable with buying certain items online, either. Alternatively signing up to run errands on an app like Task Rabbit or deliver food through services like postmates, can immediate provide a good client base.

  1. Selling baby diapers.

Unlike the past, diapers have become a norm in every household with a baby. You can try to take advantage of this new market by selling diapers. All you need to do is get a supplier who can sell them to you at a discount and then your work will be to distribute. You can start with where you live by targeting homes with babies.

You can start by door to door delivery. The good news is that you can start this business with less than Ksh 5,000 as long as babies are been born be assured that you will never lack a market for this commodity.

  1. Juice blending.

With so many terminal illnesses like cancer, most people opt to stay away from processed foods. This is always where the juice blending business comes in. You can require about Ksh 3,000 to buy a blender and other containers and you are off to go. With as little as Ksh 10,000 you can start this profitable business.

  1. Selling women handbags.

Women love fashion and looking good. You can start selling handbags that fetches a very good profit. People who are in to this business always have a constant supplier or get their products from Eastleigh. If you are an active user of social media, you can use your Facebook page and Instagram account to market your products.

  1. Cleaning service business.

This is one of the most profitable business. It took parapet, one of the biggest cleaning service provider only 10k to start. He started by hiring women who would clean houses in estates at a charge of 1000 shillings. He would pay these women 500 shillings. Before long, the business had grown and he had to register it as a company and now making up to 15 million in a month.

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While most people will complain of lack of job, there are many opportunities available for anyone whose focus is earning a livelihood and making money. Any idea you will implement? Tell us in the comment box below.

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