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Top 15 Business Ideas In Ghana

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There are many business ideas in Ghana that have not been fully tapped. Ghana still have a very high unemployment rate. Luckily the country has numerous opportunities for small businesses to thrive. However, some people might complain about the lack of capital. The good news is that some of these ideas does not require big amount of start-up capital. Now that we have caught your attention, let's introduce you to some of the profitable business ideas that yields high profits Here Are Best Lucrative Business Ideas in Ghana You Can Start With Little Or No Capital: 1. Poultry Farming Research shows that a good percentage of Ghanaians consume tons of meat and eggs in their homes, eateries and parties.  Therefore without wasting much time, poultry farming will be gracing our number one spot as a profitable business idea to start within your location It does not require much capital while you can sell many products from your farm. These include eggs, frozen poultry meat and even the day-o

Top 8 Money Lending Apps In Ghana

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Are you in need of cash for emergency use? Or you are looking for the best  lending apps in Ghana. Then look no further for you have reached the right place. Do you want to pay for rent or you need money to support your business, whatever your financial needs might be, getting a quick loan at the right time is crucial. These money lending apps in Ghana can only give you access to cash range depending on the amount you need to begin with. If you are looking for loans, you might need to look at these well researched money lending apps I have listed in this article. Lists Of Top Money Lending Apps In Ghana Today we will review these quick money lending apps in Ghana, stating their features which will guide you and give you options on which one to choose from when you are in dire need of a quick loan without collateral. Please note that this list is for mobile money lending apps only and these apps are equally available in the various app stores.  1. Paylater Loan App The  Paylater App is

How To Start A Profitable Pig Farming In Ghana

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Commercial pig farming in Ghana  is one of the top lucrative businesses to venture since the demand for pork in the country has been skyrocketed in recent years. The demand for pig products like sausages and smokies are booming business in almost all urban areas in Ghana.  If you are planning to start a profitable pig farming business, then you have come to the right place. Therefore take your time to read through the article. Benefit of a Pig Farming in Ghana The weather climates in Ghana are favorable for pig farming, and this among the many factors that have contributed to the interests of pig farming. Here are some of the advantages derived from pig farming: The reproduction time of pigs is less, and they tend to grow faster than other livestock. The pigs tend to fatten more quickly by converting the pig feeds into proteins. Pigs are omnivorous, which implies that they can consume almost all types of feeds like roughages, kitchen garbage, and agricultural waste, among others. Pig i

How To Start Profitable Snail Farming In Ghana

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Snail farming in Ghana is one of the most lucrative agri-business ideas for young farmers in Ghana. Snail farming is a practical and viable business venture that is yet to be fully explored in Ghana. Snail farming may not be the first thing that jumps to mind when thinking of profitable businesses to start in Ghana. This post will open your eyes to the amount of hidden-wealth that can be realized by starting a profitable snail farming in Ghana. Why Snail Farming? The market opportunity for snail farming in Ghana is huge but grossly underrated. Snails are a huge part of the diet in many parts of Ghana, although they are not always affordable and available all year round. If you rear snail in commercial quantity, hotels, and fast food restaurants will be your regular customers. In Ghana, the prices of raw, matured snails go for $1 to $2 depending on the size. However, the annual demand for snail in Ghana cannot be overemphasized. The international trade in snails is flourishing. The USA

Requirement To Start Cabbage Farming In Kenya

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Cabbage farming in Kenya is not yet very popular  because of the belief that it will not do well except in a place like certain parts. But quite recently a group of aggressive farmers have come out to prove this notion wrong. There are few farmers that have actually experimented on it and have proven it to be true, cabbage farming can be planted anywhere in Kenya with optimum success. Cabbage is a leafy vegetable from the family of Brassica. It is the head that is mostly eaten while the leaves are either cut out (dispose), use for compost manure, use in the feeding of animals etc. It grows better in a cool moist environment; the temperature is between 55-60 F. They are some species that accepts temperature within 20-25F. In Kenya, for you to find out or know exactly if cabbage consumption is high, is during festive periods such Christmas, Sallah etc. Cabbage is mostly used in salad preparation, food decoration, vegetables for soup/pottage and can as well be eaten raw. It contains calci

How To Start Strawberry Farming In Kenya: Everything You Need To Know

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Strawberry farming in Kenya is currently an untapped goldmine that few farmers and agribusiness investors are aware of. Although strawberry farming is not popular in Kenya the major set back is the poor knowledge of the farming process in Kenya. Many Kenyan farmers have no idea of how to cultivate strawberries for cash. The purpose of this article is to help provide you with the needed information and guidance on how to succesfully start strawberry farming in Kenya. Every bit of information about strawberry farming will be provided you via this article so continue reading. In Kenya, starting strawberry farming business requires experience, and capital. You have to understand that it is not a walk in the park; therefore you need to be prepare. Business Opportunities in Strawberry Farming In Kenya The consumption of strawberries has been on the increase in Kenya unlike what we have seen in time past. Strawberry farming is gradually getting the attention needed to make it a very popular a