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Offline Ade Omo Ade

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« on: May 17, 2012, 11:22:47 AM »

It is painful when I come across graduates who complain they have
been jobless for years. Some graduated six years ago some more.
More painful is finally broke pensioners and employees struggling to
make ends meet. Day in day out people complain of lack of jobs, but
we only need to look around us and read between the lines. There are
thousands of job opportunities around us which we see everyday but
they mean nothing to us until the veil behind the gold in them is
revealed to us. One of such easy-to-start businesses is repackaging.
What then is repackaging? Repackaging is giving an already existing
product a face-lift. Take for example you buy a 25kg bag of garri or
salt you now refill the garri or salt into small and affordable printed
nylon bags or sachets. The printed nylon or sachet carries your
branded name. It's that simple using the locally fabricated
repackaging machine and it is 100% legal.
Do you know that big companies in food and beverage industry are
now repackaging their major products into sachets? This is to let you
know that there is a huge income opportunity in the business.
Cadbury, Friesland, Nestle, PZ etc all have products in small packs in
the market. And don't be afraid of these big names you are not going
to compete with them. The market is so large and everyone is a
It is your turn to take part in this business making quick cash. Even
Mallams and local women who repackage under unhygienic
conditions using spoons, cups, bowl and ordinary nylons make quick
money selling nylon-packed garri, rice, salt, sugar, milk, detergent
and the like. This opportunity is for all those who want to sack their
boss and be on their own.
The repackaging business is one with very quick turnover. This is
because the items are repackaged into easy-to-sell sizes. The roadside
Mallams running their small kiosk can confirm this. They sell very
easily and fast too. Your business is only to buy in bags and
repackage. You can repackage rice, beans, garri, sugar, salt, milk,
ground pepper, palm oil, groundnut oil etc. The start-up capital for
this business is minimal.



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