Business to start with Ksh1,000, Ksh5,000, Ksh10,000, Ksh20,000 in Kenya


There are plenty of businesses to start with Ksh1,000, Ksh5,000, Ksh10,000 or Ksh20,000 in Kenya. Such small businesses will graduate to become very successful.

When you are starting a business, capital is very important because it determines the kind of business you’ll establish. Many Kenyans are limited with capital, which is why they prefer starting small.

With a capital of Ksh 1,000, you’ll start a business that will eventually grow to start generating over Ksh100,000 per month.

List of businesses to start with Ksh1,000 in Kenya

  • Become a YouTuber
  • Start a home salon
  • Start betting on football matches,click here to get Ksh15,000 welcome bonus
  • Shoe shining business
  • Sell Mutura
  • Sell boiled eggs
  • Sell products on social media
  • Home and carpet cleaning
  • Becoming social media influencer

List of businesses to start with Ksh 5,000 in Kenya

  • Hawking
  • Mitumba business
  • Selling duvet and bedsheets
  • Mobile movie business
  • Selling pure honey

List of businesses to start with Ksh 10,000 in Kenya

  • Become a blogger,click here to register a domain
  • Selling cereals
  • Small grocery shop(kibanda)
  • Selling boilde eggs,samosa,smokies and sausages
  • Shoe shining business
  • Hawking and Mitumba business

List of businesses to start with Ksh20,000 in Kenya

  • Juice blending
  • Village car wash business
  • E-commerce business(follow this link to register your site)
  • Selling kitchen utensils
  • Selling clean fresh water in the streets
  • Poultry farming
  • Farming of vegetables and fruits
  • Mobile Kinyozi
  • Selling coffee/hot tea in streets

From that list, you can pick the most suitable business and start working on it. If possible, consider doing online business especially operating an online shop. In future, people will stop buying from supermarkets and malls and opt for E-Commerce purchases.

One problem we have here in Kenya is that most people use lack of capital as the reason they are not starting businesses. But I doubt whether you’ll lack Ksh1,000 to start any of the listed businesses above.