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|What Viable Business Can A Person Do While Still In School? by PiccoloBrunelli(m): 6:24pm On Jan 12, 2016|
I have a friend in UNIUYO. She's a 200 leveller (autocorrect didn't underline it...so yes...leveller). Today she told me of her plans to start a business in school, if for no other reason at least to reduce financial dependence on her parents. I hailed the plan as a brilliant one. I asked her what area she planned to go into. She said she'll like to sell lady wears...shoes specifically. Business isn't exactly my strong suit. So I didn't have any advice for or against that particular choice. However, I thought I should ask my fellow NLers. We all know the saying: "If google doesn't know it, ask Nairaland." This is exactly what I'm doing. So please what is the best business one can start up in school? Keep in mind the following factors:
1. It's a girl starting this business
2. She intends taking a loan of not more than 50K.
My economic stalwarts, oya make una begin stun me with ideas.
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|Re: What Viable Business Can A Person Do While Still In School? by MoNickk(f): 7:13pm On Jan 12, 2016|
PiccoloBrunelli:luckily for her,uniuyo isn't far from aba. she could start by selling perfumes and accessories n progress from there.
|Re: What Viable Business Can A Person Do While Still In School? by all4gud(m): 7:51pm On Jan 12, 2016|
She should buy ladies stuff from Aba or Lagos and sell in school.
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