The young man’s business has attracted the attention of people impressed by his creativity and willingness to work hard.
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A young man has started a business selling bottled water and pandan leaves in front of a cemetery, which has proven successful.
The man has been praised for his creativity and hard work.
According to a Facebook posting by a netizen named Mateen Rahman, the man’s business model is simple, with low capital requirements and risk.
The man sells 1.5-litre bottles of water for RM2 and small bags of pandan leaves for RM3 outside a cemetery in Klang.
Mateen estimated that if he has 100 customers daily, he can earn RM500.
If he works only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for three days, he can earn up to RM6,000 a month.
Netizens have praised the young man for his initiative and hard work.
One netizen said he would like to give money to those who work hard, not those who get something for nothing.
Another netizen said it is good; sometimes, people forget to bring water and flowers when they arrive at the cemetery.
Mateen estimated that the young man’s monthly sales cost is only RM390.
A bottle of water is sold for RM2, while a bag of pandan leaves costs RM3.
By selling to 100 customers a day on weekends, the entrepreneur can earn RM6,000 a month.
The man’s success shows that starting a successful business with low risk and low capital requirements is possible with a simple idea and hard work.