Blogging is a startup business that can be extremely profitable. Over the last few decades, companies in Kenya are in a hunt for bloggers who help them to create a web-based platform for their business and reach to a global audience through the means of online posts and contents. In this era of the digital age, blogging has evolved to become the backbone for successful businesses and bloggers are looked upon as online influencers.
If you have the keenness to write, a quest for reading and a dedication to never give up, you have the perfect ingredients to become a good blogger.
With great bloggers in Kenya to get inspiration from e.g. This is ES, Under-25 etc., there are countless free blogging guides available online, to help beginners create impactful blogs. With a Ksh.1500 initial cost of investing in a hosting space and domain name, you are geared up to succeed in one of the most lucrative business ideas in Kenya.
Fruits and Juice Kiosk
The working class crowd in Kenya is becoming more conscious of what they eat and drink. Staying fit and healthy is a top priority- given most of them stay at their desks 8am-5pm, has now and this turned the idea of opening a fruit juice kiosk into one of the most successful business ideas in Kenya. Nothing can be more refreshing than a glass of fresh fruit juice on a sultry afternoon.
Tuition and Coaching Centers
This is another lucrative business option for those with capital constraints. Tuitions classes or coaching centers can begin from your home, eliminating the need for any rented space. The classes can be taken individually or in larger groups. With a strong knowledge in the field, you excel will help to spread your popularity by word-of-mouth. Slowly, as the business grows you can hire professionals in other field and start working from a rented place. In the event you lack space at your home, you can also do this online!
DIY Home Decor & Crafts Business
Ever paid attention to Art and Craft sessions at school? Well, if you did and are creative enough to turn junk into marvelous art pieces, then this won’t cost you more than few pennies. And to the world around, they sell like hot cakes for home decor purposes and landscaping.
DIY Studio in Valley Arcade was doing very successful with his DIY skills up until she decided she was going to close shop. and she will definitely tell you she didn’t break the bank to start this business.
The Government of Kenya through Magical Kenya has started promoting the sale of handicraft products in numerous cities and states. Some of these products include beaded ornaments, metal ware, paintings, shawls, carpets, wood ware, earthenware, embroidered goods, bronze and marble sculptures, etc.
May sellers on Maasai market (who design their own products) will tell you they started with very little capital. Many beaded ornaments on JIJI currently retail from between 200 to 1500 a piece. Meaning with 5000 you can have a good number of ornaments for resell. And even better number of these items if you decided to do it yourself by following several DIY channels out there.
So now that you have all these business ideas at your disposal, the next biq question would be, how can I get some cash to try out these ideas? Well, there are several financial institutions that could offer you cash in terms of capital. Our advise is that you also do your due diligence before you try getting these funds. Bidii Credit for example has a fully-fledged business consultancy team that can advise you. We also have a wide range of products that could suit most of these ideas. Most of these products can be accessed in less than 6 hours! So you come to us with your idea and walk out with up to 5million in cash! How about that?