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2 Great Side Businesses You Can Start Today

Have you thought about increasing your income lately to meet your ever-growing needs? Do you feel like your job does not pay enough for the lifestyle that you desire?

If your answer is 'yes' to these questions, rest assured that you are not alone. The world is facing a financial crisis and making ends meet is becoming all the more difficult in Nigeria as with other nations.

However, the key to attaining financial freedom is having multiple streams of income. Thich is why the richest people today have a plethora of businesses that they are into.

This article explores 2 great side businesses that few people are really cashing in on and that you can start today regardless of what you are currently into.

1. Delivery Agent for E- Commerce Sites.

You can earn good commissions by delivering goods ordered online from different e-commerce firms like OLX, Jumia, Courier Plus and the likes. Everyday millions of Nigerians order for tons of goods online and delivering them on time is a huge challenge for many companies. This is where you come in.

For a company like Jumia the process is easy. All you need to do is walk to any delivery station and fill out a form. The process is usually manual. If you happen to have access to a mobile vehicle this can actually be a great side hustle.

2. Laundry / Dry cleaning

You must have heard about this one a thousand times but the truth is that those in this line of business hold it's profitability as a closely guarded secret. Everything you need to start this business are what you actually have and use at home for your own laundry with the exception of a few items for a professional work. Many even have a washing machine at home but are not into this business due to ignorance.

On a small scale it can give you a steady #2000 - #3000 daily. The downside to this business is that it can be stressful and you might have to work round the clock especially at odd hours to meet customer demands. But this should be a welcomed development as long as the money is coming in.

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