3 businesses you can start with little or no capital needed

We can all agree that the coronavirus pandemic took away many things from us: our sense of independence and control, our public space and social contacts, our jobs and financial security. In the midst of the pandemic, it is important to realize we still have basic needs to attend to. Like feeding, bills payment, family needs etc. However, there are certain things it didn’t take from us. A good example is the Internet, our sense of reasoning, our precious mind, our acquired skill sets and our ability to grow. And with what we have available to us we can create the future we want to see. With that been said, let’s take a look at the businesses you can do right now with little or no capital.

1.SOAP MAKING

soap making business is one business you can start with little capital.If you don’t know how to make liquid soap, you can sort the internet; YouTube, Instagram or even Google to find step by step methods of making it.

You can sell this product to individuals, offices, shoops, hospitals and even dry cleaners.

 

2.PHOTOGRHAPHY


It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional photographer or just love taking pictures, you can monetize this skill and still benefit greatly from it. Make money by editing photos or signing up to stock photography websites and get paid posting pictures. A good camera is all you need to get started. Similarly, a phone can be used also. This business can be done both online and offline.

3.START SELLING

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If you have goods or services you want to sell or even new or used items, you can start selling them online as well as offline as people are looking for things to buy on a daily basis.

As a matter of fact you can open your own eCommerce website. But for ease and convenience you can use a service. In many cases, you can list you products or services or an online market place accessible to millions of people. The product doesn’t have to be yours. You can assist a friend or someone else sell their house, car or property and still get a commission from each sale.