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How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 8:27pm On Jul 23, 2018
HOW TO START MINI IMPORTATION BUSINESS IN NIGERIA.



Are you unemployed and thinking of how to earn a living even with a meager amount of money? Are you considering how to start importation business in Nigeria even with your little money? Well, I wish to inform you that you are now in the right place as I will show you all you need to do to start importation business in Nigeria with as low as ten thousand (10,000) naira only and completely transform your life for the better. Yes, you read that right. With just ten thousand naira you can start importing things into the country and obviously become one of the importers in Nigeria.

Now, I would not want to limit this piece on how to start importation in Nigeria with just 10,000 as you can invest even more into it, and I will tell you how. You can import mobile phones, computers, tablets, kitchen utensils, office equipment, home appliances, clothes, shoes, bags, electronics, toiletries and other things you may wish to import at amazing prices.

I guess you will be wondering how possible that is – relax, until you are done reading this and I bet you’ll be glad you did. Please note that importation can also take place on large scale but I will be focusing mainly on small scale because that is my area of interest.

Mini importation business in Nigeria has grown over the years and if you are on this post today, it is because you are looking for a comprehensive and sincere guide on How to start a Mini Importation Business in Nigeria. Now pay attention as I take you on a journey of how to start importation business in Nigeria. I will disclose some steps on how to start mini importation in Nigeria.

Follow these steps to Start Importation Business in Nigeria.



Have an area of interest and create a market for it

As an intended importer there must be an area of business that interests you. Yes, remember that you will have to sell most of the things you will be importing. Therefore, you must devise a means to sell them. Think of how to seamlessly create a market for your new products. Also, you can think of how to develop people’s interests towards the things you will be importing. You can learn how to make enough sales by Learning the powerful affiliate marketing secrets in this ebook.

Do you wish to import mobile phones and computers? Do you have people you can easily sell them to? These are very important questions you have to ask yourself as well as answer before embarking on this venture. Now that you have been able to answer these questions, you can now progress into the next stage of how to start importation business in Nigeria.

Open an account and link it to Internet banking

If you do not have a bank account which is very rare not to have among many Nigerian youths in 21st Century, you have to open one for yourself. This will enable you buy things online and sell to interested buyers with huge discounts that will make them ask for more of such products from you. After opening your bank account, ask if it is activated on the Internet so that you can use it for Internet banking. Some transactions will require you to have a transaction token for additional online transaction security and MasterCard/Visa card. So, you must request for them. Therefore, as a beginner who is interested in how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must have a functional bank account that is web and POS enabled.

When you are done doing this, move to the next step. Apart from domiciliary account, some banks such as Zenith Bank and GTBank do give MasterCard Debit card to their savings account customers. You can still use this card to make online purchase.

Note: there are a lot of ways of making money. There are better and easier ways like affiliate marketing, which is more profitable than mini importation. you can learn how to start affiliate marketing here.

Search the foreign online shops and create an account with them.

I am not here to tell you about eBay and Amazon, no! I believe you already know those ones and they sell their goods at almost the same prices Nigerian brick and mortar shops and other online platforms sell theirs. Visit Amazon.com create an account with them.

But before that, also ensure you have a functional email address. Ensure that you carefully put in the details of your name that you used in bank account. This information will be important for banks to accredit the accounts of the online malls. Note that Nigerian banks will not honor your request to pay these online companies if there is a difference between the spellings of the names you used to open your bank account and the name you used while signing up on the online mall website.

Conclusion

As I have explained in this piece on how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must strictly follow these rules to the letter. I trust that anyone who is business inclined will like to check this out. You can get brand new laptops for twenty thousand naira on the websites listed above. Imagine having to buy a laptop for twenty thousand and reselling at thirty or forty thousand naira.

See Source

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by directonpc(m): 4:06pm On Jul 25, 2018
Hmmm
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by aynurni220(m): 4:06pm On Jul 25, 2018
Kool
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Mac2016(m): 4:06pm On Jul 25, 2018
OP Kindly be more practical

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by atobs4real: 4:07pm On Jul 25, 2018
Give me the capital
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by paymentvoucher: 4:08pm On Jul 25, 2018
sad Mini Importation Business in this Defection Period?

Is OP OK?

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by kabarka(m): 4:09pm On Jul 25, 2018
Observing
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:10pm On Jul 25, 2018
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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Adasun(m): 4:10pm On Jul 25, 2018
hmmm
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:10pm On Jul 25, 2018
directonpc:
Hmmm


Space booker smiley

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by satowind(m): 4:11pm On Jul 25, 2018
pls how can i export my self out of this country?

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:11pm On Jul 25, 2018
aynurni220:
Kool

Thanks
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:11pm On Jul 25, 2018
Mac2016:
OP Kindly be more practical

.
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:12pm On Jul 25, 2018
atobs4real:
Give me the capital

Ok, patiently wait for me.

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by directonpc(m): 4:12pm On Jul 25, 2018
baba3know:


Space booker smiley
no sir! Just have a lot on my mind.
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Nobody: 4:13pm On Jul 25, 2018
Fake sellers and shipping major challenge
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Ganjafama: 4:14pm On Jul 25, 2018
baba3know:
HOW TO START MINI IMPORTATION BUSINESS IN NIGERIA.



Are you unemployed and thinking of how to earn a living even with a meager amount of money? Are you considering how to start importation business in Nigeria even with your little money? Well, I wish to inform you that you are now in the right place as I will show you all you need to do to start importation business in Nigeria with as low as ten thousand (10,000) naira only and completely transform your life for the better. Yes, you read that right. With just ten thousand naira you can start importing things into the country and obviously become one of the importers in Nigeria.

Now, I would not want to limit this piece on how to start importation in Nigeria with just 10,000 as you can invest even more into it, and I will tell you how. You can import mobile phones, computers, tablets, kitchen utensils, office equipment, home appliances, clothes, shoes, bags, electronics, toiletries and other things you may wish to import at amazing prices.

I guess you will be wondering how possible that is – relax, until you are done reading this and I bet you’ll be glad you did. Please note that importation can also take place on large scale but I will be focusing mainly on small scale because that is my area of interest.

Mini importation business in Nigeria has grown over the years and if you are on this post today, it is because you are looking for a comprehensive and sincere guide on How to start a Mini Importation Business in Nigeria. Now pay attention as I take you on a journey of how to start importation business in Nigeria. I will disclose some steps on how to start mini importation in Nigeria.

Follow these steps to Start Importation Business in Nigeria.



Have an area of interest and create a market for it

As an intended importer there must be an area of business that interests you. Yes, remember that you will have to sell most of the things you will be importing. Therefore, you must devise a means to sell them. Think of how to seamlessly create a market for your new products. Also, you can think of how to develop people’s interests towards the things you will be importing. You can learn how to make enough sales by Learning the powerful affiliate marketing secrets in this ebook.

Do you wish to import mobile phones and computers? Do you have people you can easily sell them to? These are very important questions you have to ask yourself as well as answer before embarking on this venture. Now that you have been able to answer these questions, you can now progress into the next stage of how to start importation business in Nigeria.

Open an account and link it to Internet banking

If you do not have a bank account which is very rare not to have among many Nigerian youths in 21st Century, you have to open one for yourself. This will enable you buy things online and sell to interested buyers with huge discounts that will make them ask for more of such products from you. After opening your bank account, ask if it is activated on the Internet so that you can use it for Internet banking. Some transactions will require you to have a transaction token for additional online transaction security and MasterCard/Visa card. So, you must request for them. Therefore, as a beginner who is interested in how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must have a functional bank account that is web and POS enabled.

When you are done doing this, move to the next step. Apart from domiciliary account, some banks such as Zenith Bank and GTBank do give MasterCard Debit card to their savings account customers. You can still use this card to make online purchase.

Note: there are a lot of ways of making money. There are better and easier ways like affiliate marketing, which is more profitable than mini importation. you can learn how to start affiliate marketing here.

Search the foreign online shops and create an account with them.

I am not here to tell you about eBay and Amazon, no! I believe you already know those ones and they sell their goods at almost the same prices Nigerian brick and mortar shops and other online platforms sell theirs. Visit Amazon.com create an account with them.

But before that, also ensure you have a functional email address. Ensure that you carefully put in the details of your name that you used in bank account. This information will be important for banks to accredit the accounts of the online malls. Note that Nigerian banks will not honor your request to pay these online companies if there is a difference between the spellings of the names you used to open your bank account and the name you used while signing up on the online mall website.

Conclusion

As I have explained in this piece on how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must strictly follow these rules to the letter. I trust that anyone who is business inclined will like to check this out. You can get brand new laptops for twenty thousand naira on the websites listed above. Imagine having to buy a laptop for twenty thousand and reselling at thirty or forty thousand naira.

See Source
What are the fastest selling items one can import?

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Nobody: 4:15pm On Jul 25, 2018
baba3know:
HOW TO START MINI IMPORTATION BUSINESS IN NIGERIA.



Are you unemployed and thinking of how to earn a living even with a meager amount of money? Are you considering how to start importation business in Nigeria even with your little money? Well, I wish to inform you that you are now in the right place as I will show you all you need to do to start importation business in Nigeria with as low as ten thousand (10,000) naira only and completely transform your life for the better. Yes, you read that right. With just ten thousand naira you can start importing things into the country and obviously become one of the importers in Nigeria.

Now, I would not want to limit this piece on how to start importation in Nigeria with just 10,000 as you can invest even more into it, and I will tell you how. You can import mobile phones, computers, tablets, kitchen utensils, office equipment, home appliances, clothes, shoes, bags, electronics, toiletries and other things you may wish to import at amazing prices.

I guess you will be wondering how possible that is – relax, until you are done reading this and I bet you’ll be glad you did. Please note that importation can also take place on large scale but I will be focusing mainly on small scale because that is my area of interest.

Mini importation business in Nigeria has grown over the years and if you are on this post today, it is because you are looking for a comprehensive and sincere guide on How to start a Mini Importation Business in Nigeria. Now pay attention as I take you on a journey of how to start importation business in Nigeria. I will disclose some steps on how to start mini importation in Nigeria.

Follow these steps to Start Importation Business in Nigeria.



Have an area of interest and create a market for it

As an intended importer there must be an area of business that interests you. Yes, remember that you will have to sell most of the things you will be importing. Therefore, you must devise a means to sell them. Think of how to seamlessly create a market for your new products. Also, you can think of how to develop people’s interests towards the things you will be importing. You can learn how to make enough sales by Learning the powerful affiliate marketing secrets in this ebook.

Do you wish to import mobile phones and computers? Do you have people you can easily sell them to? These are very important questions you have to ask yourself as well as answer before embarking on this venture. Now that you have been able to answer these questions, you can now progress into the next stage of how to start importation business in Nigeria.

Open an account and link it to Internet banking

If you do not have a bank account which is very rare not to have among many Nigerian youths in 21st Century, you have to open one for yourself. This will enable you buy things online and sell to interested buyers with huge discounts that will make them ask for more of such products from you. After opening your bank account, ask if it is activated on the Internet so that you can use it for Internet banking. Some transactions will require you to have a transaction token for additional online transaction security and MasterCard/Visa card. So, you must request for them. Therefore, as a beginner who is interested in how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must have a functional bank account that is web and POS enabled.

When you are done doing this, move to the next step. Apart from domiciliary account, some banks such as Zenith Bank and GTBank do give MasterCard Debit card to their savings account customers. You can still use this card to make online purchase.

Note: there are a lot of ways of making money. There are better and easier ways like affiliate marketing, which is more profitable than mini importation. you can learn how to start affiliate marketing here.

Search the foreign online shops and create an account with them.

I am not here to tell you about eBay and Amazon, no! I believe you already know those ones and they sell their goods at almost the same prices Nigerian brick and mortar shops and other online platforms sell theirs. Visit Amazon.com create an account with them.

But before that, also ensure you have a functional email address. Ensure that you carefully put in the details of your name that you used in bank account. This information will be important for banks to accredit the accounts of the online malls. Note that Nigerian banks will not honor your request to pay these online companies if there is a difference between the spellings of the names you used to open your bank account and the name you used while signing up on the online mall website.

Conclusion

As I have explained in this piece on how to start importation business in Nigeria, you must strictly follow these rules to the letter. I trust that anyone who is business inclined will like to check this out. You can get brand new laptops for twenty thousand naira on the websites listed above. Imagine having to buy a laptop for twenty thousand and reselling at thirty or forty thousand naira.

See Source
OP is not only unemployed graduates do business.

U can go into business out of passion.
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Nobody: 4:17pm On Jul 25, 2018
Just looking for traffic and patronage.
It okay
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Tunechi1(m): 4:21pm On Jul 25, 2018
pesinfada:
Fake sellers and shipping major challenge
Experience?
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Exclusivebae(f): 4:23pm On Jul 25, 2018
Mini importation is very profitable business to go into. I started some months back and I am really enjoying it.

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by fmlala: 4:25pm On Jul 25, 2018
Thanks for the message
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by madgoat(m): 4:28pm On Jul 25, 2018
Exclusivebae:
Mini importation is very profitable business to go into. I started some months back and I am really enjoying it.

Do you have a whatsapp group or can you can teach me?

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by gungab(m): 4:33pm On Jul 25, 2018
okay
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by kingralu: 4:33pm On Jul 25, 2018
how about the clearing, transportation and delivery part. how much are you going to pay the agents??.
Answer these questions and we'll do business
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Badtman(m): 4:34pm On Jul 25, 2018
madgoat:


Do you have a whatsapp group or can you can teach me?
am into mini importation and it very easy for me cox my Sisters are schooling in China

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by gwama: 4:35pm On Jul 25, 2018
Why not how to start exportation business out of Nigeria?? cool cool

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by SirLakes: 4:38pm On Jul 25, 2018
Is OK

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by baba3know: 4:41pm On Jul 25, 2018
kabarka:
Observing

Mr. Observer.
Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by Exclusivebae(f): 4:42pm On Jul 25, 2018
No... But if you want to learn, I will teach you free of charge.




madgoat:


Do you have a whatsapp group or can you can teach me?

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Re: How To Start Mini Importation Business In Nigeria by madgoat(m): 4:42pm On Jul 25, 2018
Badtman:
am into mini importation and it very easy for me cox my Sisters are schooling in China
Put me through na.

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