SMEs

30 Best Small Business ideas that make money fast in 2018

Continued from last Monday

Pure water business
Do you have a fridge, freezer or you live close to cold rooms; then you can start a pure water business. It is true that millions of people are in the business today, but there is still room for one more person who is still passionate to make it in the business.
Markets, schools churches mosques football matches playground and parties are some of the places you can get good business. Other ways of making money is by targeting very big events, securing a stand, rent a freezer and you will make some money.
Printing and selling GSM recharge card vouchers
Printing GSM recharge vouchers could equally mean printing money. We all know that GSM recharge cards are the fastest selling product today in the country today. Imagine that you are the one producing GSM recharge vouchers that are used in your locality. I don’t know how many GSM subscribers are living in your area but I am sure Nigeria has over 40 million subscribers.
You can start your own recharge card printing business. The printer cost N38, 000; you can start with Pins from N20,000. You can print and sell recharge vouchers in the values of all MTN, GLOBACOM, STARCOMS and AIRTEL cards. You can never run out of recharge cards or experience scarcity.
Homemade bread and setting up a bakery
The amount require to set up a Bakery is directly related to the cash at hand, if you want to start small you can get a small parcel of about half a plot or a full plot of land and build a clay oven, it will cost you about N400, 000 to start, while it will cost between N4,000,000 to N5, 000,000 or more to start on a large scale.
Setting up a security company
Setting up a security venture is a very lucrative business, to a lot of people, setting up a security company is a capital-intensive project. A lot of people have been scared away from attempting to set up one because of this mind-set and mentality. It is very possible to start or set up a security company with little or no capital. Multinationals pay as much as N65,000 per security officer and the security company collects N15,000 while they pay N50,000 to the security officer

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