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The most profitable businesses to start in Kenya (Updated 2019)

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Have you ever wondered which are the most profitable businesses in Kenya that you can start? Are you interested to start a business in Kenya but you have no idea how to see your dream come true? Then you are in the right place.
There are a lot of factors to consider before you start a business in Kenya. Find out if your business idea is viable, whether you have the personality it takes to be successful, and how to draw up a basic start-up business plan.

A Business Plan/Guide is an essential roadmap for the most profitable businesses to start in Kenya.

This living document generally projects years ahead and outlines the route a company or individual intends to take to grow revenues.

Here is a list of the most profitable businesses to start in Kenya:

  1. M-pesa Sub Agent Business in Kenya

  2. Executive Barber Shop Business in Kenya

  3. Movie Shop Business in Kenya

  4. Chapati Wholesale Business in Kenya

  5. Smokies & Egg Vending Business in Kenya

  6. Flowers Business in Kenya

  7. Greenhouse Tomatoes Business in Kenya

  8. Chicken Butchery Business in Kenya

  9. Boda Boda Business in Kenya

  10. Milk Distributorship Business in Kenya

  11. Gift Service Business in Kenya

  12. Wines and Spirits Retail Business in Kenya

  13. Tents & Chairs Leasing Business in Kenya

  14. Free Advertiser Magazine Business in Kenya

  15. Bookshop Business in Kenya

  16. Bottled Water Business in Kenya

  17. Hair Salon Business in Kenya

  18. Fruit / Juice Parlor Business in Kenya

  19. Slot Machines Business in Kenya

  20. Chips & Chicken Cafe Business in Kenya

  21. Keg Bar Business in Kenya

  22. Selling Cookies Business in Kenya

  23. Daycare Business in Kenya

  24. Gas (LPG) Retail Business in Kenya

  25. Motorcycle Spare Parts Business in Kenya

  26. Ice Lollies Making Business in Kenya

  27. Paint Mixing Business in Kenya

  28. Second Hand Novels Business in Kenya

  29. Car Wash Business in Kenya

  30. Ice Lollies Making Business in Kenya

  31. Petrol Station Business in Kenya

  32. Courier Business in Kenya

  33. Chemist Retail Business in Kenya

  34. Timber Yard Business in Kenya

  35. Sifted Maize Flour Mill Business in Kenya

  36. Local Bar Business in Kenya

  37. Beef Butchery Business in Kenya

  38. Laundry Business in Kenya

  39. Selling Cake Boxes Business in Kenya

  40. Mitumba Clothes Business in Kenya

  41. Agrovet Business in Kenya

  42. Pork butchery and Eatery Business in Kenya

  43. Cosmetics Business in Kenya

  44. Gym Business in Kenya

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2 COMMENTS

  1. A great article. Research is also a cost to the business which most young people do not want to get involved. Say like for the ideas you have listed one has to make a good research to make hay from the grass. Readers should take the challenge and reap great fruits from the hard work required instead of depending on white collar jobs only.

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