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People are saying there is no jobs to do in Ghana which I doubt it. You can Start your own business right in Ghana and make a lot out of it. You just need some small amount as the start up capital.
Let's have a look at 5 business opportunities one can do to get plenty money in Ghana.
Mobile Money Agent
You’ll agree with me that mobile money is a very popular means of banking in Ghana. You can register to become a mobile money agent where you charge a commission for every transaction.
As a MoMo agent, you’ll need to be registered by a mobile money operator to offer mobile money services, mainly registration, cash-in, cash-out, airtime vending and bill payments.
Event planning is one of the most lucrative business ideas in Ghana. It simply involves planning people’s event such as weddings, birthdays, dedications, convocations etc.
Basically, an event planner is meant to take the workload of planning an event off the shoulders of the celebrant. As an event planner, you need to have an office or at least have your phone number and contact publicly listed so that people can contact you. You may also be required to hire a hall, do the setup and provident food caterers.
Unlike poultry farming in Ghana, pig farming is now on the rise and so there are not many pig farms in Ghana. However, the demand for pork is always on the rise.
Some of the reasons I think you should start pig farming especially in Ghana are: It promises high (100% or more) profits if done well.
As new hotels, restaurant, caterers springs up, fast food joint, corporate occasions, and celebrations, the need for poultry egg and meat is on the increase.
Also, as the demand domestically increases, the import is discouraged, to boost local production and to ensure we’re taking a healthy meat.
Moving from one place to another is a necessity. Since many Ghanaians move a lot from one place to another(to go to work, school, church, and so on) and not everyone presently has a car, running a unique small business opportunity that renders transport services is a promising one.
You can look into the transport sector either on a small scale or on a large scale.
Please if you know other business with low start up capital share with us in the comment box.
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