Are you looking to start your own Indomie business in Ghana with a limited budget of GH¢100? If so, then you’re in the right place.
In this article, we will provide you with all the tips, tricks and resources you need to get started and make a success of your Indomie business.
We will discuss how to attract customers to your shed, the necessary ingredients to purchase, and many more. So, if you’re ready to turn your GH¢100 into an Indomie fortune, let’s get started!
How to Start Indomie Business in Ghana with GH¢100
Find a strategic location
One of the most important parts of starting an indomie business is to find a very good location for your shed.
Make sure that the piece of land you buy/rent for your shop or shed is located in a residential area, close to a busy street or workplaces. This will help you attract a wider range of customers.
Build a simple shop or table shed
You can either build a small container shop or use a simple table shed for your indomie business. In this case, a small table shed is more in range with your budget.
You can also decorate your table with empty boxes of indomie and spaghetti and clean, empty tins of other ingredients like sardines, baked beans, corned beef, etc. as is the culture for all indomie sellers in Accra.
Purchase the necessary ingredients
Next is to purchase all the ingredients needed for making the indomie. These include a few packs of the indomie noodles itself and some spaghetti as well, powdered pepper, salt, shrimp cubes, seasoning, oil, vegetables, sardines, corned beef, baked beans, eggs, sausages, etc.
For starters, only purchase a small amount of all the ingredients so that you can afford a variety with your small capital.
Discover your own secret recipe
There are hundreds (if not thousands) of indomie sellers in Accra alone. The only way to make yourself stand out, attract and maintain a lot of customers is to come up with a unique taste for your noodles.
Instead of just making regular stir fries, add something new to your indomie recipe to give it a special new delicious flavor.
In conclusion, starting an Indomie business in Ghana can be a rewarding venture even with just GH¢100. You will have to purchase the right supplies, find a strategic location for your shed, and make sure you have enough ingredients for the food. With some hard work and dedication, you can become very successful in your indomie business.