Business in TRADING sector

Small or medium sized business in Trading  sector offers many opportunities in Pakistan. But it is important that those who want to select & pursue such business should have some knowledge, experience and most importantly passion for the Trading  sector. Otherwise, the probability for failure may be high.

Below are some of the selected businesses in livestock sector.  SMEDA has also made very good pre-feasibility studies on this sector.

For the complete detailed pre-feasibility reports, you will first have to register with SMEDA and then you can download it FREE.

For registration, you may click the link:  SMEDA Registration

Below are the summarized versions of the pre-feasibility reports by SMEDA on Business in Trading  sector for you to get an idea before you download the full version.

1 - Departmental Store 

Region: Punjab
Investment Size: PKR Between 10-20 Million

The proposed departmental store will provide variety of goods ranges from grocery to garments and alike to customers under one roof. The proposed project is a single floor departmental store on an area of approximately 3,000 sq. ft. The project will offer following broad categories of goods to its customers: - Groceries and food items - Baby garments and baby products - Crockery and plastic items - Soaps detergents and chemicals - Cosmetics and artificial Jewellery - Ice-cream and beverages - Stationery, greeting cards and gifts - Watches and clocks - Electronics/electrical products - General items - Bakery Items.

2 - Flower Shop 

Region: Punjab
Investment Size: PKR Between 2-5 Million

Cut flower harvesting is gaining popularity in Pakistan. This sector is attracting not just men but a lot of women into this business as well. Women are entering this field, thinking it is an easy and part time business. But once they are engaged in this work, they realize that it is a full time job. Although a cut flower farm is a profitable and attractive venture, the grower is still not rewarded properly in financial terms for his/her work. Either the middleman or the retailers make the profit. Retailers enjoy the maximum margin. This pre-feasibility is being prepared by SMEDA and is intended to provide general information on the opportunity for an investor in the floricultural sector to establish a flower shop backed by his own cut flowers farm. This would maximize the profits for the investor and make the product value added when sold on the shop as flower basket, bouquet, and bunch


For the complete detailed pre-feasibility report on business in Trading sector, you will first have to register with SMEDA and then you can download it FREE.

For registration, you may click the link:  SMEDA Registration



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