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50 business ideas you can start with Sh. 50,000 or less in Kenya

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Business ideas to Start in Kenya : The following list of businesses that you can start with less than Sh. 50,000 was first published in the Daily Nation by Florence Bett. Here are the Business ideas to Start in Kenya with Sh. 50k:

  1. Buy and resell second-hand baby clothes
  2. Buy and resell second-hand sweaters for young millennial girls (20 to 24 year olds)
  3. Buy and resell second-hand pants for older millennial women (28 to 37 year olds)
  4. Buy and resell second-hand dresses for older millennial women (28 to 37 year olds)
  5. Buy and resell office and casual shirts for men (working men)
  6. Buy and sell second-hand crockery (dinner and tea sets)
  7. Buy and sell second-hand antique cutlery
  8. Become a personal shopper for urban men
  9. Become a personal shopper for urban women
  10. Write and publish an e-book on motherhood for dummies
  11. Write and publish an e-book on fatherhood for dummies
  12. Write and publish an e-book of select motivational Bible verses
  13. Write and publish an e-book of ‘365 days of positivity’
  14. Offer classes that teach vernacular. Say Kalenjin, Kikuyu, Dholuo etc
  15. Offer classes that teach a foreign language, say French, Spanish etc
  16. Supply a variety of imported fruits
  17. Supply locally grown vegetables
  18. Supply locally grown organic fruits and vegetables
  19. Supply camel milk
  20. Become a social media community manager
  21. Become a social media brand strategist
  22. Become a broker for antique and unique home accessories
  23. Become a broker for ready-made home furniture
  24. Become a house-to-let agent
  25. Write copy for online websites
  26. Write advertising copy online
  27. Write academic papers online
  28. Collect data for research companies
  29. Become a beta tester for companies rolling out new products into the market
  30. Run errands for individuals
  31. Run errands for corporate companies and registered businesses
  32. Do and deliver household shopping for individuals
  33. Manage a fleet of boda bodas who run errands
  34. Manage a fleet of taxis for individuals with 9-to-5s
  35. Buy and sell raw honey from Kitui
  36. Buy and sell kiondoos from Machakos
  37. Buy and sell pure tea from Bomet
  38. Buy and sell soap carvings from Kisii
  39. Buy and sell handwoven baskets from Western and Nyanza
  40. Buy and sell handmade jewellery from Maasailand
  41. Become an interior decorator focusing on African-inspired aesthetics
  42. Become an interior decorator and stylist
  43. Collect official documents for people from government offices
  44. Teach people of all ages how to swim
  45. Become a travel consultant for tourists
  46. Offer classes for a musical instrument. Say, a guitar, piano, violin
  47. Offer a Masterclass in your area of technical expertise. Say, photography, creative writing, basic accounting and tax
  48. Offer a paid mentorship programme in your area of technical expertise
  49. Teach children about art and crafts during their school holidays and over the weekend
  50. Teach sign language to individuals
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