Non-glazed ceramic tiles

The indian ceramic tiles industry is on the threshold of an exciting world of colors and variety. The significant uses are the decorative treatment of walls, usually tiled for practical reasons and others, window sills, fireplace surrounds.

The other uses are in the external facing of the building, halls, and lobbies of public buildings, schools, offices, underground stations. In addition, you can initiate non-glazed ceramic tiles manufacturing business on a small, medium, and large-scale basis.

Creation of non-glazed ceramic tiles industry can be a great and profitable business for entrepreneur who want invest in construction domain.  These materials are used in external facing of the building, halls, and lobbies of public buildings, schools, offices,…..and as  decorative treatment of walls, window sills, fireplace surrounds. It can generate interests for entrepreneur


Executive Summary:

Non-glazed ceramic tiles are a popular flooring option worldwide due to their durability, versatility, and low maintenance requirements. Our company, Non-Glazed Tiles Africa, aims to manufacture and distribute non-glazed ceramic tiles to customers across Africa. Our product line will include a variety of sizes, colors, and textures to meet the diverse needs of our clients.

Market Analysis:

The demand for ceramic tiles in Africa has been steadily increasing over the years, driven by the growth of the construction industry, increasing urbanization, and rising middle class. Non-glazed ceramic tiles represent a significant portion of this market, especially in commercial and residential buildings. Our target market includes contractors, architects, interior designers, and homeowners who are looking for high-quality, durable, and low-maintenance flooring options.

Marketing Strategy:

To reach our target market, we will use a combination of traditional and digital marketing strategies. We will attend trade shows, advertise in industry publications, and create a website that showcases our products and services. We will also use social media platforms such as Facebook and LinkedIn to connect with potential customers and share photos of our products in use. We will also leverage local distributors and retailers to reach our target market more efficiently.

Production and Distribution:

We will produce our non-glazed ceramic tiles in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in a central location in Africa. Our manufacturing process will use high-quality raw materials and the latest technology to ensure consistent quality and efficiency. We will distribute our products through a network of wholesalers, retailers, and online marketplaces such as Jumia and Konga.

Financial Projections:

Our startup costs will include the purchase of manufacturing equipment, leasing a production facility, and hiring a team of skilled workers. We anticipate our initial startup costs to be approximately $1 million. We plan to break even within the first three years of operation and generate a profit of $1.5 million in the fourth year. We project a steady increase in sales over the first five years, with revenues reaching $10 million by year five.


Non-Glaze Tiles Africa is poised to enter the market for non-glazed ceramic tiles in Africa, a growing segment of the ceramic tile market. With a commitment to quality, efficiency, and customer service, we believe we can capture a significant share of this market and become a leader in the industry. Our focus on local distributors and retailers will enable us to reach our target market more efficiently and position us as a preferred supplier of high-quality non-glazed ceramic tiles in Africa.

Here’s a projected income statement for Non-Glaze Tiles Africa for the first five years of operation:

YearRevenuesCost of Goods SoldGross ProfitOperating ExpensesNet Income


  • Revenues are projected based on the expected growth of the African ceramic tile market and Non-Glaze Tiles Africa’s market share.
  • Cost of goods sold is calculated based on the cost of raw materials, labor, and overhead expenses to manufacture and distribute the non-glazed ceramic tiles.
  • Gross profit is calculated as revenues minus cost of goods sold.
  • Operating expenses include salaries, rent, utilities, marketing, and other overhead costs associated with running the business.
  • Net income is calculated as gross profit minus operating expenses.

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