6 Best Businesses To Do In Ghana With Small Capital,
Business in Ghana comprises trade in agricultural products, real estate industries, tourism sector and export and import of economic goods. Being the capital city of Ghana, Accra is the commercial nerve center of the country that offers citizens with variety of business opportunities
1. Selling Secondhand Clothes
Many young people are turning to selling secondhand clothes. Business centers in towns or residential areas have shops or stalls selling these clothes. It is a favorite business ideas as it generates profit quickly.
For instance most women in offices fear going to bend down boutique to purchase cheap quality bags and clothes; those ladies who are informed capitalize on this.
You can buy a bag at GHC 10 and sell at GHC 50, which is a gold mine.
The good thing with this business is that you don’t need a physical location, simply have a Facebook page and get as many friends as possible to introduce you to offices.
2. Poultry farming
Instead of being employed and earning a taxable monthly salary of GHC 850,00 why can’t you try poultry farming.This business is not hard to start,especially if you have small land,less than a quarter an acre.
Just try this and you will tell me the result.
4. Car wash
There are millions of cars plying on Ghana roads.since most people live in rented apartments,they prefer taking their vehicles to car wash for cleaning.
I can bear witness that none of individuals with car wash business in Ghana is making losses.
5. Shoe Shining
Shoe shining business is easier to start as long as you have GHC 100 in your pocket for equipment.Sometimes it can be tricky to own a shoe shining space in Ghana but what you should do is approach any of the District or Municipal Council employees and talk to them nicely.
To start a Barber shop ,you need a chair, a machine which costs less than GHC 250, Methylated spirit, a mirror, a towel and of course skills. All these things will require less than GHC 1500.What will require some good amount is the room where your business will be operating from.If you are educated, jobless and living in Ghana, try opening a Berber shop instead of staying idle at home; it might be a turning point for you.