In Nigeria today, asides our income we earn from our monthly or weekly income,we also need an extra source of income. Or you're out there you want to maximize your income,then this post is for you. Below are a few businesses to start with less than 100,000 naira, sit back and scroll up.
1. Mini Bar; starting this all you need is a lil space enough to accommodate up to like 10 persons, a few chairs and tables a plasma tv and cable TV for football fans..
Nigeria has a wide range of football fans,they come to watch live matches and get refreshments.
2. Liquid Soap Production And Insecticides; all you need is acquire the skill and with just 80,000 naira you can successfully start this and package them in a modern way then you're good to go
3. Boiler Poultry Farming; with less than 100,000 naira all you need is get a few chicks and their food and a good land spacious enough to contain a lot of them.
Contributions are welcome, what is your take on the above opinion and what other business do you know ?
I actually agree with the poultry business, it's very affordable and less stressful. My dad started a poultry business with 5 hen and a cock. Even if the business is seasonal job. It's has a lot of profit. All you need is good food, shelter and medicine for your poultry farm
I strongly recommend the the boiler poultry, it's far more economical and you can start with it just less than 100 thousand with you. You just need a few boilers, water, a shelter for then with space inside, millet,corn (food) , constant lights and your good to go. All you need do is feed and check up on them that's all. It's a very good business and I recommend it
Poultry business is good though it is not that lucrative considering the amount of feed and drugs that you as the farmer will have to give to your broilers before maturity unless you learn how to manufacture the feed yourself. Also , it is very important to note that poultry business has a lot of risks involved. This means that you may even end up loosing your birds in a case of disease outbreak.
Great post. If you're good in cooking you can as well start up Akara business, it's highly profitable. All you need to do is to get a good spot on the roadside, buy a frypan and some other cooking utensils. You won't even spend more than 30k starting up this business, except you are paying an expensive rent for the place.
Find a reputable company and work with them either as a distributor, wholesaler or retailer. The turn over is high especially if you partner with a reputable company and ready to put in the work.
1. Pick a company
2. Purchase stock up to 50k with about 25 - 50% profit
3. Advertise and market with 30k
4. 20k as vex money.
The sky is your starting point.