Business to start with less than 250 Dollars – Supply service

Especially in African cities, the more industrialisation and technology gets setup, the more difficult it gets to connect the rural areas to the urban cities. Whereas, the rural areas still preserve a very high quality of raw materials like fruits, materials for cosmetics, meat, vegetables, cereals etc. These materials could be very useful for hotels, restaurants and small producers of grocery. You can quickly build a customer base of business to business clients by creating a service that offer consistent quality of fresh quality raw ingredients. Apart from my advice to always start with a business plan of your idea, you can launch this business with less than 250 american dollars which is about;

  • 100T Nigerian naira
  • 1300 Ghana cedis
  • 1 million uganda shillings
  • 43T Liberian dollars
  • 4T south African Rands
  • 28T Kenyan shillings

To start this business you will need to go through the following steps;

  1. Build a network of suppliers.
  2. Market research on demand & find your niche.
  3. Plan your storage..
  4. Develop a logistic plan.
  5. Plan your cash flow.
  6. Create a business plan.
  7. Create your brand.
  8. Give your business a visual touch.
  9. Create a distribution plan.
  10. Promote to take orders.

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Above is just a list. I have explained each point in the video tutorials. I have broken down series of content into easy to learn and short tutorials covering different aspects such as Business plan, branding, Distribution plan, marketing and lots more. If you require consultancy for the little issues, do not forget to book one using the “Advice me”  menu or ask questions using the “Q&A” menu from our menu list on the left. If you have a good business plan, remember we have a support network to help you fund your business idea. Feel free to contact us regarding this, but only contact us only if you have created a good business plan. No business plan, do not contact us regarding funding. I am here to help you create and build the business you have dreamt of. Connect with me on facebook and instagram. Please keep learning and demanding content, for you are the future of our continent Africa. See you soon in the a tutorial.

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