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Overnight business success in Zimbabwe. How to make money with AirBnB.

Overnight business success in Zimbabwe. How to make money with AirBnB.

Overnight business success in Zimbabwe (Property Sector)

Iam one person who believes that there is nothing called overnight success, but here Iam today telling you that there exist a business opportunity in Zimbabwe to provide you with overnight success. Yes!!! Overnight success but after of course you have put up some bit of work to sustain it going into the future. Enough about the flowery marketing language…let’s get to the cases.

 

The Million Dollar Questions

Are you happy with what you are currently making? Do you wish to exploit another easy opportunity to make additional cash in Zimbabwe or anywhere else? Do you own a property in an exciting quiet secure suburb preferably close to the city centre? How long does it take you to drive into the City Centre? Talk of places like Gunhill, Avondale, Mt Pleasant, Pomona, Eastlea etc. Please do not be discouraged if I didn’t mention your area as these names came randomly into my mind whilst typing this. A few more questions…Is your city a tourist attraction area? Is your house on mortgage and do you wish to find a way to pay it up in record time? Do you have a room or a few rooms in your house which you can spare? If you have answered yes to most of these questions then this business opportunity could be for you.
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How to start a sustainable online forex trading business in Zimbabwe

How to start a sustainable online forex trading business in Zimbabwe

Have you ever heard about trading foreign currency online in Zimbabwe? If not, have you heard about the term ‘high rate’ or ‘change money’ in Zimbabwe? If your answer still remains a no then you have probably heard a guy say to you, ‘Tine ma rands’ around the Road Port area. If not then this post is not for you.

 

Allow me to drift away a bit. I have been an Arsenal Fan for as far as I can remember though sadly only in the era of Arsene Wenger. Almost everyone I know love the way they play but I go a step further. I love the business behind the scenes. I remember one day watching Arsene on a news conference and one logo behind him made an imprint on my mind. I later googled it and discovered they were Arsenal’s Forex Trading Partner, markets.com. I had come across online foreign currency trading but it all seemed a lie to me until that one encounter. A club as big as Arsenal wouldn’t partner a fly by night business or any organisation that would compromise its own brand. Click here for evidence.
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Starting a business in Zimbabwe: 2017 Predictions

Before I talk about Starting a business in Zimbabwe in 2017, I have to put the excuses on the table right away. I had a surgical procedure in July of 2016 and I became inactive for the remainder of the year. I couldn’t cope with the demands of blogging. I had also enrolled for an Investment course which also couldn’t cope with. I was supposed to launch the ZimInvestors show but that too got delayed. My home became a pharmacy and at one time I remember taking in 15 pills in total per day. (more…)

My Gift to starting the new year. Profound lessons from unlikely sources

My Gift to starting the new year. Profound lessons from unlikely sources

I had quite an event-less Christmas. I stayed home most of the time as I tried to give my body the much needed rest after undergoing surgery a few months earlier. I would go out just for a few hours with my sisters to have a breath of the festive air and come back home to watch television and read emails.

Of course I did some few things extra but I have stressed out only these two because of some profound takeaways from these two activities.

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Exposing quail farming in Zimbabwe

My team has been silently conducting quail farming consultancy through our birds’ expert for over a year now (See pictures on www.facebook.com/ziminvestors ). Its amazing what I have learnt myself with each farm visit we have made that I saw it fit to share some of these findings with you. I should start by acknowledging that quail farming is a worthy business venture to pursue in Zimbabwe. Even though the quail eggs are relatively smaller than chicken eggs, they tend to have a smaller yoke and a bigger egg white. Eggs are amongst the most nutritional foods on mother earth but chicken eggs are very unpopular for their high cholesterol levels. An ordinary hard-boiled egg contains 187 mg of cholesterol which approximates to 62% of the recommended daily intake. What does it mean to health watchers? So much conflicting researches are available regarding this issue and you may consult experts. This article is about quail farming in Zimbabwe. (more…)

Exposing mushroom farming in Zimbabwe

In my last post when I introduced mushroom farming in Zimbabwe, I gave a commercial distinction between oyster and white button mushroom where I highlighted that 50 grams of oysters cost $1.50 whilst that of white button can costs above $2.80 on a last mile distribution basis. I also explained that white button requires extra work in cultivating than oyster. Generally oyster mushroom is easy and I usually recommend it when starting the mushroom farming business. It gives you familiarity and it’s a good starting point. (more…)

Making money with mushroom farming in Zimbabwe

Just like most Zimbabweans I know, I disliked eating mushroom and mushroom farming mainly because of the myth that mushroom is likely to be poisonous. I even remember a quote from my childhood which goes like ‘All mushroom is edible but some you can only eat once.’ The second myth which my late aunt dispelled was that one needs special equipment to start mushroom farming in Zimbabwe. The post will dispel those myths and show you how the easy steps to mushroom production. The steps may not be numbered so I advise you read between the lines. (more…)

Making success Deliberate with Archibald Marwizi

Making success Deliberate with Archibald Marwizi

I kind of owe you an apology.

 

You see, I’ve been so busy with my various projects that I have completely neglected the blog fan base… at least those who follow directly from the site. But the truth is I’ve been very involved and engaged with people around Zimbabwe at their farms. But if you follow me on twitter and Facebook you know I haven’t disappeared though I haven’t updated you on new investment opportunities in Zimbabwe for 2016. I’m sorry I haven’t kept you up to date on all the fresh content:
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