The best approach to getting additional money from home is to start your own business and work for yourself. It’s not easy to come up with a fantastic idea, though. That is why Samuel Kwame Boadu compiled a list of 20 business ideas you can start as a teenager in Africa and any part of the world.
These small business ideas for starting a business are sure to inspire you to put your innovative ideas into action.
It’s natural to feel anxious about venturing into business ownership. However, the financial and personal rewards of starting and running a successful business can be massive. Working for someone else may not provide the same sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that you get from owning and operating your own business does. Many successful business owners also started at a very young age.
Do you want to start a small business as a student in Ghana or Nigeria but don’t know where to begin?
Below is a list of over 20 business ideas for students in Ghana, Nigeria, and all parts of Africa. Are you a student in Ghana or Nigeria, in search of a profitable business idea to kickstart your entrepreneurial journey?
Business ideas for students in Ghana and Nigeria
- Selling of bottled drink or bottled water
- Popcorn Business
- Buy and Resell Mobile Phones
- Start a Photocopy/Printing business
- Start a mini bakery business
- Flip Items online
- Cook and Sell Food on Campus
- Phone repair business
- Mobile money agent
- Shawarma/kebab business
- Laptop repair business
- Laundry business
- Start a poultry business
- Plantain chips business
- Candle business
- beads Jewelry business
- Start a sewing business
- Freelance writing
- Start a youtube channel
- Start a blog
- Tutoring business
- Event planning
- Sell Compiled Past Questions
- Start a delivery service business
Starting a business as a student in Ghana may seem somewhat difficult but it isn’t impossible. The above list consists of 20+ business ideas you can start as a student in Ghana. All the business ideas listed above require little capital to start.
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