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What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by eaglejay13(m): 9:25am On Mar 15, 2018
Good morning all, please what business can one start with 100,000 and start making profits as soon as possible. Thank you.
Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by thinkaxis(m): 10:39am On Mar 15, 2018
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Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by eaglejay13(m): 1:42pm On Mar 15, 2018
ajibolarilwan:


Hello,

There are quite a number of business you can start with N100,000 and start making profit almost immediately but to help maximize your capital, you should consider a business that can be done from home.

Firstly, I want you to answer this quick question - what is your passion?
Job is always interesting if you find a way to make money through your passion.

Now, back to business...
You can start a buying and selling business by simply buying any product of your choice from the Lagos Idumota market (at a reduced price) and resell to family, friends, church members and people around your community. You can take your business to the next level by creating a blog or an e-commerce website of your own, you can also sell on Konga, Jumia, Jiji etc. And don't forget to use social media to drive traffic to your business landing page.

I will advice you seek the service of a competent business coach who can enlighten you in details about starting a new business, and guide you through its process. The reason is because it will save you lot of stress and help you position your capital where you will get results.

My name is Ajibola Rilwan, I am an IT Consultant and Business Coach
CEO: Intense Web Concepts (https://www.intensewebconcepts.com) | Founder: Entrepreneur's Hangout (https://www.e-hangout.com)

You can book a session with me through this number: 07062996486 (Call or WhatsApp)



Thanks for your response and advice, but I don't reside in Lagos
Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by JajaAmbula: 3:11pm On Mar 15, 2018
ajibolarilwan:


Hello,

There are quite a number of business you can start with N100,000 and start making profit almost immediately but to help maximize your capital, you should consider a business that can be done from home.

Firstly, I want you to answer this quick question - what is your passion?
Job is always interesting if you find a way to make money through your passion.

Now, back to business...
You can start a buying and selling business by simply buying any product of your choice from the Lagos Idumota market (at a reduced price) and resell to family, friends, church members and people around your community. You can take your business to the next level by creating a blog or an e-commerce website of your own, you can also sell on Konga, Jumia, Jiji etc. And don't forget to use social media to drive traffic to your business landing page.

I will advice you seek the service of a competent business coach who can enlighten you in details about starting a new business, and guide you through its process. The reason is because it will save you lot of stress and help you position your capital where you will get results.

My name is Ajibola Rilwan, I am an IT Consultant and Business Coach
CEO: Intense Web Concepts (https://www.intensewebconcepts.com) | Founder: Entrepreneur's Hangout (https://www.e-hangout.com)

You can book a session with me through this number: 07062996486 (Call or WhatsApp)


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Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by JustCalMeDBoss(m): 4:35pm On Mar 15, 2018
I have the perfect idea for u. I HV been in ur shoes before, someone introduced me to the biz am about to tell you. u can make 1% of ur income daily excluding weekends, which means if u use say 100k u can make 23k monthly for 3 Months that's close to 70k by d end of d 3 months and u can withdraw monthly. if interested chat me up on WhatsApp 07068456953
Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by Krafty006: 4:36pm On Mar 15, 2018
Re: What Business Can One Start With NGN100,000 by JajaAmbula: 10:09am On Mar 17, 2018
ajibolarilwan:


I don't really get the question clearly but I think what you are saying is that, you want to start your business on jiji.

Starting a business on jiji is FREE, although there are boosted ads where you pay some amount of money to enable your ad gain more impression. You can take advantage of that because it will help your post gain more visibility and if you are trying to save cost, then you need to be creative with your posts, create different picture for your ad and post it (at least) twice a day using different pictures (morning and evening). With that you will gain adequate visibility.

I hope my response has answered your question.

My name is Ajibola Rilwan, I am an IT Consultant and Business Coach
CEO: Intense Web Concepts (https://www.intensewebconcepts.com) | Founder: Entrepreneur's Hangout (https://www.e-hangout.com)

Tel: 07062996486 (Call or WhatsApp)
There is a desire to learn all the subtleties of trade on JIJI !

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