According to a report published by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), as at now, seven million Kenyans are unemployed.
With this, The Continuous searching for jobs in Kenya is not something new. With Kenya’s unemployment rate at 7.4 percent, Kenyans are now opting to venture into lucrative businesses that will bring them more income.
With different amounts of starting capitals, there are several options for those willing to quit their job hunt and be their own bosses.
Below is the list of the top 10 businesses that requires as low as KES 100, 000 to start.
1. Commercial cleaning
Capital : KES 80,000- 100,000
Companies and businesses have long stopped hiring their own cleaners and are now contracting outside companies to get the work done. You will require reliable staff, equipment, and materials to get this done.
To get clients, you will need to market your company, by letting possible clients know your brand and consider giving you a tender.