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Top 6 Businesses You Can Do Now On Nigerian Campuses

Do you have a capital to invest but looking for a nice location to site your business? Do you know that higher institution campuses are major business hub? Yes they are.

School Campuses are micro communities on their own where you harness the population and purchasing power of the inhabitants being students.

Of course, it’s all businesses that can thrive on campus. I have researched and found top 6 businesses you can do Now on Nigerian campuses. I also added the investment capitals and strategies to enhance success.

Consider it because they can change your life. Here you go…

 

(1) Cyber Cafe

This is a good business in s student are since nearly all the students will always want to browse for academic materials or do online registration. Surely, that’s is one of the best business on campus.

With virtual client (1 CPU to over 20 Monitors) you can invest just N400,000 to set up a 20-system cafe. You can double this amount if you need more systems.

 

(2) Boutique:

Boutique is another good business that can thrive on campus. Students will always want to buy new cloths, shoes, school bags. You can spice it up with hairs and attachments for ladies.

On campus you can sell any type of clothing materials starting from undies to suits.

You can start this business with just N200,000 and grow it to any level.

 

(3). Canteen/Fast Food

This is a sure profit business. Students will always eat food.

So, you can start a canteen or fast food business in a nice location on campus. Make it neat to encourage patronage.

You can start this business with just N150,00 if you have utensils already or with N250,000 if you will need to buy utensils. Sure you will like this business if you try it.

 

(4) Stationary/Bookshop

Even though bookshops are loosing popularity, many students do buy important books that are not available in electronic form.

Also, one the most important product that students purchase is stationary – fulls-cap, pen, pencil, eraser, card board, markers etc.

This little things attract serious profits if you sell them in large quantities.

If you are smart, you can even start eBook sharing business where students will find you to get eBooks into their devices.

Sure it’s a nice business and you can’t lose if you know what you are doing.

 

(5) Tech Hube

Tech Hube is just like a cyber cafe but it’s not. It’s like a marketplace where you can sell tech related materials like flash drive, memory cards, etc.

You will be selling phones here too and well as where students can charge their phones on payment.

Sure this business rocks because you will make gain from sales as well as from services.

It’s one of the best business you can start on the campus without any fear of losing.

 

(6) Salon

Consider a campus as a micro community with at least 8,000 people.

If you open both hair dressing salon and a barbing Salon, you can be servicing quite a number of students (both male and female) on daily basis.

Salon  is one of the rocking business on campus and you can make serious money if you do it well. You will need to make your place neat and imbibe good customer services.

You can use like N200,000 to start this business if you have a location or N400,000 with rent. This business rocks.

[ Read Now: How to Start Barbing Salon Business in Nigeria ]

Your Thoughts!

What do you think about these business ideas? Do you think they are good ideas? Will they thrive on campus. Have you tried any one of them? What is your experience? Kindly share with us in the comments below.

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