Business is the best alternative to employment where you decide the best activity to do to earn a living.
In Kenya, especially at this time when securing a job is extremely hard, business can save you embarrassment of being called lazy. But what business you can do from your house in Kenya?
Below we discuss the best business you can do from your house and get high profits.
Selling fresh vegetables
This is among the easiest businesses to start in Kenya because it doesn’t require huge capital. Obtaining fresh vegetables is also easier in village towns because it readily available from the shamba.
Some of the best vegetables to sell in Kenya include cabbages, onions, tomatoes,sukuma wiki,manage and other indigenous vegetables.
You need only Ksh 1,000 to start selling vegetables but the capital can increase if the size of your grocery is sizably big.
Manicure and pedicure
This is business you can comfortably do at your home even when you have zero capital to start business regarded as lucrative.
I know of a number of people who survive on this business, pay rent and even educate their children with the money while working from their homes.
Instead of starting a salon, which could require huge amount of money as capital, you can start making women hair from your house.
There are many people who prefer wearing necklaces made of traditional seeds instead of gold and diamond. This business can be done from home, which is good for someone without full time job.
If you have a talent in writing articles, you can start blogging and make money from the business. There are many Kenyans who are surviving on this.
Selling credit cards (Safaricom, Airtel,Orange)
This can be done from the house as well as offices or colleges, which is one way of making quick cash.
There are so many women who can make good sweaters, trousers, and vests for children as well as adults. Traditional sweaters are normally made using knitting technique and many Kenyans love them.
Laundry and ironing
This is a perfect job you can do from your house; I am sure you will make more than even those with full time jobs.
Nowadays people in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu are lazy and they prefer giving their clothes to people who specialize in cleaning services to work on them.