Introducing a new opportunity to help you start a business for under R500 today.
We work with entrepreneurs every day to help them start, run and grow their businesses. In recent months, we’ve seen an incredible resurgence in South Africa’s entrepreneurial spirit. Small business owners have fired up a variety of projects – from small side hustles to fully-fledged enterprises – and they’re doing it on the cheap.
I know you came here to find out how to start a business for under R500, but before I get into your next big business idea, I’d like to share a couple of insights I’ve picked up from small business owners who are doing great things in tough circumstances.
#1 There’s No Perfect Time to Start
The present is unpredictable, let alone the future. If you want to be an entrepreneur, don’t wait for tomorrow – start today. It’s a tough journey, filled with ups and downs. The road to success is long, but the sooner you begin, the closer you’ll be to your goal. So, don’t delay. Don’t wait for things to get better. Make them better.
#2 Keep it Simple
The best businesses are built on simplicity. If you want to start a business with minimal capital, it’s best to simplify your idea. Try to focus on a niche offering or product. Do your research and find out what people in your area need. What can you do to solve a problem that they are having? We often tend to dream up grand ideas when thinking of starting a business, but the most straightforward ideas can often be the most effective.
#3 Start Small
Speaking of keeping it simple, focus on starting small. If you have dreams of running a nationwide company, perhaps you’ll get there one day. But when you’re starting out, try to focus your energy on making a difference in your immediate environment. From there, you’ll be able to manage your business easily and develop as a business owner as your company grows.
So, let’s get to the good stuff.
Your Next Business Idea for Under R500
To help more South African entrepreneurs start small businesses and side hustles, we’ve dropped the price of the iK Mover to R999. This means that you can start a business selling prepaid products like airtime, data, SMS bundles, electricity, water and gas for under 500 bucks!
You can also settle EasyPay and Pay@ bills (e.g. DSTV) and traffic fines using iK Prepaid.
What's more is that the Mover Pro is also lightweight, portable and has an all-day battery life – so you can take your business with you wherever you go!
So, if you’re looking to start a business, perhaps this is your chance? Get the iKhokha Mover Pro today!