Below are some business ideas you can do in 2022 right here in Nigeria and that will help you make maximize profit within a short period of time. Start small and grow big.
10. Mini cyber café
Cyber café have gone out of fashion, true. But students still need to register for JAMB, WAEC, NECO, post-UTME, etc. People who are not digital savvy also need to register for several things online including the very important national passport. This is where you come in. This small business can be started right at the corner of your house.
9. Affiliate/Influencer/Digital Marketing
This mostly involves facilitating the sell of products and services. In Affiliate marketing, you help other companies or businesses sell their products and get commission.
For influencer marketing, you need to cultivate a sizable online following and a certain social pedigree to be able to do this. With your influence, you can facilitate sell of products & services, you can charge for advert placement, you can do blogging, vlogging and use content creation to boost your online image.
With digital marketing, you help companies place adverts online, increase physical and online visits, get leads and increase sales. This is an in demand job that will never leave you dry, especially with the popularity of social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, WhatsApp, Telegram, etc.
8. Fairly Used Clothes
Fairly used clothing materials such as Jeans, Tops, t-shirts, shoes, etc. They could be sourced at Badagry, even Cotonou. Hundred thousand Naira (N100,000) can’t get you a bale but you can select and mix them. Wash them and package them neatly. Good packaging will bring you more customers. Hence you’ll see your money multiply.
7. Eatery or Restaurant Business
If you can cook very well, then you can start an eatery/ restaurant business. It requires capital to start and it is very profitable in the long run. You should set up your restaurant at a populated location, road corners with heavy pedestrian traffic, especially near government, industrial zones, commercial areas and other firms.
6. Dry Cleaning Business
This is one of the sure businesses that you can earn money from. When doing such business, you should target people like bankers, corporate organizations, businessmen, e.t.c. These sets of people patronize dry cleaners a lot because they can’t wash their clothes themselves due to the nature of their jobs.
5. Viewing Center/ Betting Business
Football Viewing Centre Business is a lucrative business that needs a lot of strategic Planning to start. Football is loved by almost everybody and the profit is endless.
4. Snail Farming Business
Snail farming is more popular due to its relatively cheap cost of startup and if you market your products well, your business will thrive. This is a business you can start from your backyard, but you have to be patient as it can take almost a year to mature.
3. Mini Importation Business
This is by far what most people engage in nowadays in Nigeria before the coronavirus pandemic began. If you source through the internet, you would find many e-books on how to import cheap goods from abroad and sell them here in Nigeria. Items like wristwatches, female and male wears, shoes, second-hand phones are examples of items you could import.
2. Mobile and Electronic Accessories
Accessories like Pouches, Chargers, USB cables, HDMI cables, earphones, and more can be sourced from Alibaba, AliExpress, DealExtreme, etc. The more you buy the lower the price. And they are light so shipping won’t be a burden. You can sell it through Jumia, Konga, small store, Facebook, Telegram, WhatsApp or Instagram etc.
1. Poultry Farming Business
Having a poultry farm where you rear chickens are one sure way to earn money in your pockets. Birds are easy to rear because they mature quickly and are always in demand. These birds are mostly sold during seasons like Christmas, Easter, weddings, and parties for consumption making poultry farming a lucrative business to delve into.
You can also supply eggs from your poultry. Eggs are used to make many products such as confectioneries, cosmetics, soaps, hair conditioners, shampoo, glue, and face masks amongst many others.