Best Business to start with 5K,10k,20k,50k,100k,200k,500k and 1 Million in Kenya 2021

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There are over 100 businesses to start in Kenya with as little as Ksh5,000 in 2021.Any amount from 5k to 1 million is enough to run a successful business.

For those looking for business ideas, here is a list of businesses to start in Kenya with with 5K,10k,20k,50k,100k,200k,500k and 1 Million in 2021:

BUSINESSES TO START IN KENYA WITH 5K

  1. Mitumba business
  2. Hawking
  3. Selling honey
  4. Selling Pishori rice online
  5. Selling fresh juice
  6. Planting and selling Sukuma wiki
  7. Betting on football matches and jackpots
  8. Selling Mandazi and Chapati in major towns
  9. Selling products on social media
  10. Selling sausages,smokies ,boiled eggs and samosa
  11. Selling roasted and boiled maize
  12. Become a YouTuber

Nowadays there are many people selling honey online. Someone buys honey for Ksh 600 and sells the same for Ksh800, making a profit of Ksh 200.All you need is a platform to market your honey.

Pishori rice from Mwea is also hot cake. Most people buy Ksh100 per kg and sell the same for Ksh130 to Ksh200.Since Kenyans love Mwea rice, getting the market is not difficult.

You can also start selling products like smartphones, electronics and clothes on social media. Go to shops that sell those products on wholesale, take pictures and post on social media. When someone makes an order, rush to the shop and buy the product, then send to the customer.

For as little as Ksh 1,000, you can start selling mandazi and chapati in your own estate. In a day, you’ll make between Ksh 200 and Ksh 5,000.

You can also start betting on football matches.I can recommend 22Bet because it gives free bonuses,click here to register and start betting

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 10K

  1. Blogging
  2. Mitumba business
  3. Small grocery shop
  4. Selling mitumba camera clothes
  5. Selling clean water in Nairobi estates
  6. Selling women clothes and shoes
  7. Start home salon where you don’t pay rent and license for the business
  8. Sell herbal juice
  9. Selling mutura
  10. Start rearing kienyeji chicken in the village

Blogging is a lucrative business, which can generate for you upwards of Ksh 100,000 per day.For me, this has been my way of life, I have earned millions upon millions from this venture. You need a capital of about Ksh10,000 to become a blogger in Kenya.I will refer you to Bluehost where you can register your domain and buy hosting for less than Ksh1,000,then get your website and start blogging,click here to visit Bluehost website

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 20K

  1. Grocery shop
  2. Sell mitumba shoes
  3. Sell camera clothes
  4. Start shoe shining business
  5. Sell branded t-shirts and hoodies

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 50K

  1. Online academic writing
  2. Kinyozi
  3. Grocery shop in estates
  4. Farming

Academic writing need about Ksh50,000 in capital. What is required is a laptop and to register and start getting jobs. When you have accumulated enough experience, get your own account and start receiving jobs.

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 100K

  • MPESA shop
  • Bank agency business
  • Printing, scanning and photocopy business
  • Boutique

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 200K

  1. Grocery & butchery business
  2. Excecutive Kinyozi
  3. Executive Salon
  4. Car wash business
  5. Cosmetics shop
  6. Planting and selling hey
  7. Bodaboda business

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYS WITH 500K

  • Playstation business
  • Online taxi business
  • Nyama choma joint
  • Wines and spirits shop
  • Start chicken rearing business—at least 300 broilers
  • Agrovet shop
  • Bodaboda spare part business
  • Selling bottled water

PlayStation is one of the most profitable businesses in Kenya today, one can make up to Ksh40,000 per day. The cost of starting this business ranges between Ksh400,000 and Ksh1 million. But the problem is security, you have to make sure the machines are well guarded.

BUSINESS TO START IN KENYA WITH 1M

  1. Chemist shop
  2. Restaurant in major towns
  3. Matatu business
  4. Large scale farming
  5. Online shop like Jumia
  6. Boutique
  7. Fast food restaurant
  8. Online taxi business
  9. Garage business
  10. Bouncing Castle
  11. Borehole water business—selling to residents
  12. Wines and Spirits wholesale business
  13. Electronics shop
  14. Invest in Unit Trusts
  15. Motor vehicle spare part business
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