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TENS OF YEAR 2020 BUSINESS YOU CAN INVEST IN WITH SMALL OR ZERO CAPITAL (A MUST READ SERIES)

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As we enter into a new year, its time to say no to unemployment start doing something with little or zero capital.

Now let's go on this ride to tens of businesses you can venture into.
Today's ten (10):

1) Photography
People love good pictures and any photographer that can capture beautiful moments is certainly going to be much sort after.
If you don’t have the skills, you can learn the business provided you’re passionate about it. The business is quite profitable and you can earn in millions if you’re really good.

2) Mobile fruit juice bar

Nigerians have learnt to pay more attention to their health and eat right and at this time, nothing would sell better than natural fresh, fruit juice in a mobile cart which people can use to quench their thirst on a hot afternoon in place of soda.

4) Online tutoring

This is another business that is fast gaining a strong reputation in Nigeria. It involves training people on short courses, helping students with assignments and projects and basically imparting knowledge over the internet.

5) Fitness and beauty consultant

Call us vain but we are Nigerians and we love looking good. Ten years ago, this kind of business may not have made sense, as fitness was kind of an alien concept to Nigerians. But these days, just claim you have any product that would make people slimmer, lighter, have flat abs, pink lips, long hair, full lashes or enhance the body in anyway; you would have dozens of Nigerians swooning to you like bees do to honey.

6) Home tutor
If you have a good grasp of some secondary school subjects, you can start a home tutoring service. There are many students that need assistance for their school work and this is where you can make some cool cash.

7) Metal scrap trading

This is a business that a lot of people would ignore due to its ‘messy’ nature but this messy business has turned a lot of Nigerians to millionaires.
It’s really simple, what needs to be done is to look for people who can go around to pick or buy metal scraps if you cannot do so yourself. Or you could set up a metal scrap depot where people can come and sell their metal scraps to you for a token. These scraps are usually bought by importers in China and other countries for production.

8) Creche
Busy professionals are often in a dilemma of where to put their kids when they are working. This is where a creche comes in. You can offer to provide this service for working class or busy mum. But you should make sure your creche is neat and well-furnished.

9) Home cleaning
People are busy but they need to get their homes cleaned. And a lot of folks have become wary of getting a maid. Hence a home cleaning service seems like a viable alternative. You can either offer this service by employing cleaners and overseeing them.
10) Hair stylist
You can meet the hair dressing needs of women by starting a hair styling business. You don’t need to be a hair stylist to get started. All you need do is to rent a shop and get it equipped. Then you can employ a stylist to provide the necessary service while you run the business.

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