15 Businesses you can start with less than N100, 000 in Nigeria

It is a form of disguised entitlement as a Nigerian to think that possibilities do not abound to starting a business with less than One Hundred Thousand Naira – simply say that this mindset is a complex case of entitlement adorning heels of pity-party. Yes, there is no gainsaying the obvious that floating a business in Nigeria comes with her peculiarities which can be frustrating but there is a Nigerian spirit of making lemonades out of lemons that life throws at its citizens. 

A thousand and one reasons could be derived as explanations behind the significant degree of joblessness in the general public; going from individuals to government shortcomings. Be that as it may, amidst bounty, a Nigerian ought not to beg, be idle, or be without a source of income, on the grounds that the asset we need to be extraordinary is in each one of us. A ton of dedicated and effective genuinely tested business people in the public eye have demonstrated that significance in life isn’t an element of your body or strength, however an element of your capacity to break new ground; through the distinguishing proof and use of accessible assets available to you. 

Breaking the curse of joblessness in our general public is an individual fight that should be battled and vanquished by each person that is jobless. The fight would be crushed by saying to oneself that “I am destined to succeed and flourish throughout everyday life.” – a self-admission. 

With such admission, the jobless would not see difficulties around any longer. Additionally, when the admission is made, you will actually want to see that individuals around you and in your general public have limitless necessities/needs that they expect individuals to accommodate them; as they have the way to get the requirements yet can’t give it to themselves. More or less, it implies many individuals in the general public need others to give nourishments, garments, make – hair, dry-clean garments, sell re-energize cards, give kitchen cleanser, mentor their kids, prepare cakes, in addition to other things, for them. 

To be able to indulge in the provision of these services from home and with the sum of One Hundred Thousand Naira or less (N100,000), there are some fundamental requirements needed. 

They include: 

  • Identification of a need by somebody or a group of people. 
  • Proffer solution to the need(s). 
  • Develop a passion for the solution you are proffering. 
  • Train yourself or attend short–term training. 
  • Read books on your area of interest. 
  • Ask questions from professionals or/and individuals who have succeeded in that line of business

It should be noted that no Nigerian above 21years old should have an excuse for not being able to sustain him/herself and possibly providing for his immediate family. Well, the common excuse is how do I even get 100,000 to start the business? To answer the question, check out 

  • A trusted friend who can afford to loan you that amount of money 
  • Crowdfunding 
  • Anyone you know who can loan or give you such amount of money based on your integrity 

With a start-up capital of One Hundred Thousand (100,000) or less you can start a small-scale business that can earn you between N1500 to N10,000 as daily income; then you can grow the business from there by plowing back part of the earned income. 

15 Business You can start with N100,000 in Nigeria 

  1. Blogging 
  2. Sale of Mobile Phone Accessories 
  3. Plantain Chips Production and Sales 
  4. Liquid Soap Production 
  5. Mini Importation 
  6. Information Marketing 
  7. Cake and Cupcake Bakery 
  8. Social Media Marketing/Management 
  9. Adire Production 
  10. Soap Production 
  11. Car Soap Production 
  12. Bead making 
  13. Sales of Computer accessories and Small digital gadgets 
  14. Fashion retail business 
  15. Manicure and Pedicure specialist 

Tough times never last but tough people do. With the above-stated businesses identified, it is time to leave good behind and lead a life of possibilities – it is time to begin.

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