100 Business Ideas You Can Start In Ghana With 100 Cedis or Less

100 Business Ideas You Can Start with 100 Ghana Cedis or Less in Ghan
Our goal is to share ideas with you!

  1. Buy and sell domain names
  2. Buy expired domain names and resell
  3. Social media management
  4. Setting social media profiles for others
  5. Review products online
  6. Write online articles
  7. Become a Copywriter
  8. Buy and Sell Phone Credit Cards
  9. Buy and Sell sachet water (packs)
  10. Book editing services
  11. Extra classes teacher (home)
  12. Running errands for busy business people
  13. Sell foodstuff, from office to office(A busy business area)
  14. Polish shoes: consider from office to office
  15. Polish shoes, Sunday mornings or early Monday morning at bus stops
  16. Lawn mowing, weeding grass in your neighborhood
  17. Wash car for your neighbors/ car washing base
  18. Offer home delivery services
  19. Shopping for others (Fashion)
  20. Customize Dress making
  21. Customize shoe making
  22. Customize necktie making
  23. Customize lady’s accessories
  24. Bead making
  25. Rearing of Grass cutter
  26. Snail farming(repeated)
  27. Rearing of Goats for sale
  28. Special packaged eggs
  29. Home makeup services
  30. MC services
  31. Party organizer(falls under even organization)
  32. Event organizer
  33. Graphic designing
  34. Teach a skill you know for a fee
  35. Organize workshops in your area of expertise
  36. Offer soft loans
  37. Offer weekend braiding/plaiting of hair services
  38. Sell beverages at church or events. Start with ‘Sobolo’
  39. Buy and sell fresh Tilapia
  40. Speaking business, Offer to speak at programs
  41. Business coaching services
  42. Prepare and sell pastries
  43. Phone repairs
  44. Selling customized phone accessories
  45. Selling confectioneries
  46. Designing of websites
  47. Mobile app developer
  48. Photo and video editor
  49. Audio transcription services
  50. Spoken-word artiste
  51. Content developer for social media
  52. Refuse collector
  53. Water-supplier (using Tanks/Trucks)
  54. Photographer
  55. Typesetting
  56. Landscaping
  57. Home gardening
  58. Fresh fruit Juice maker
  59. Handy Man, (handy products)
  60. Makeup Artiste
  61. Pet Care
  62. Disk Jockey
  63. House Cleaning
  64. Animations
  65. Gym/Personal trainer
  66. Music Teacher
  67. Book Keeper
  68. Blogger
  69. Babysitting
  70. Tutoring
  71. Bartender
  72. Recycling pickup
  73. Software training
  74. Translation
  75. Travelling Salon
  76. Smartphone repair
  77. Contractor connector
  78. Produce Buying and Resale/Supply
  79. Fruit Supply
  80. Shoe-maker
  81. Fashion Accessory Business
  82. Carpentry
  83. Ice Kenkey Vendor
  84. Fruit Vendor/Outlet.
  85. Direct Sales Marketer.
  86. News Article Editor
  87. Water Melon Farming
  88. Mushroom Farming
  89. Bee-Keeping
  90. Home Laptop Repair Centre
  91. Home Laundry Service Provider
  92. Liquid Soap Making Business
  93. House-Helps Home Directory Service
  94. Leatherworks Accessories.
  95. T-Shirt Designs and Embossing
  96. Arts and Craft
  97. Public Speaker
  98. Florist
  99. Interior Decor
  100. Customized African Slippers
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We came up with ideas that you can run with or modify to suit your situation, if utilized properly based on required prerequisite for the specific business, it will work to your benefit; you will make some money and also may learn from your failures. The best is yours!

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