Surviving in Ghana's current requires extra hard work and being incredibly smart.
It's also important to have information and knowledge of opportunities surrounding you that can make you an extra income.
A post made by Pulse Ghana asking the audience what businesses they are likely to venture into with an amount of a thousand Ghana cedis produced some very interesting suggestions that we deemed beneficial to share with our readers.
The comments under the post were refreshing and very useful. Let's outline some of them for you in case you are thinking of venturing into a new business or in search of new business opportunities.
Ladies & Gentlemen Underwears
There were several recommendations for the sale of men's and women's underwear --- we think it's a fair suggestion and a good business to invest in. It can be fair profitable for the investor if he/she takes the initiative to sell the products door to door since most people are shy of purchasing underwear in public.
Most Ghanaians are between the middle and lower class hence don't spend money on expensive clothing or boutique. They love to wear something simple yet beautiful and cheap and second-hand clothing solves this need.
You can set up a small food joint and expand later. You can survey the location you want to cook and ask the people what food they would like to have in the community and even if they already have, ask them how you can make it better than your competitor.
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