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lizk

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2008, 10:31:59 PM »
rprondina, NN, Aboitiz and Southern Gothong offered this to us. my families business is based in pier area kasi, even so, we didnt want that kasi nga small profit and wala naman gaanong foot traffic area namin.

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2008, 12:07:23 AM »
rprondina, NN, Aboitiz and Southern Gothong offered this to us. my families business is based in pier area kasi, even so, we didnt want that kasi nga small profit and wala naman gaanong foot traffic area namin.

aw..ganun ba...hehehe

anyway, back to thread starter...wag na to hehehe...


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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #17 on: March 27, 2008, 02:08:56 AM »
Remember to start a business that is within your interest and complements your social circle.

If it was me who had 50k, I'd put up a small mobile e-loading and prepaid card store. Why? Because my social circle is composed mainly of prepaid subscribers so I will immediately have customers. (Actually, I already have this business)

Alternatively, I would start a silkscreen t-shirt printing business because I love designing shirts. Furthermore, it's also important to mention that me and my friends are big t-shirt fans, most of us don't have corporate work so we go about our daily lives wearing casual clothes. (Actually, I'm currently doing some planning on how to put up this business now)

So whatever you decide on, I wish you all the luck!

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #18 on: April 01, 2008, 09:13:12 AM »
Feeds ng manok, hog grower, at yung iba pang products for agribusiness.

Syempre mas maganda kung sa location mo eh maraming nag-aalaga ng manok (panabong or yung 45days), baboy, etc.

Sabayan mo na rin ng bigas.


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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #21 on: May 20, 2008, 07:44:46 PM »
Up ko lang ;)

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #22 on: May 21, 2008, 05:00:42 AM »
general merchandise na store.  hanap ka lang ng mga maibenta mo from divisoria or binondo.  mura ang mga presyo duon.  kaya kung maibenta mo sa store mo, for sure may kita.  do it the Chinese way.  bumawi ka sa volume of orders.  Kung mura ang products mo, for sure pupuntahan ng mga tao yan.

Good luck!

More power!


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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #23 on: May 21, 2008, 11:56:17 PM »
sa 50k, depende sayo yun. if you have the place, at hindi na kelangan additional rent, ano kaya magandang itayo sa pwesto mo. Ikaw makaka decide nun. naghahanap ka ng mga negosyo na puwede dito, na hilig mo rin.

so sa lugar mo, isipan mo na lang kung anu bagay. hirap din kasi kung itatanong mo lang yun.

check mo mga available course sa mga seminar house.
TRC (TLRC technology livelihood resource center)
Negoskwela
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at marami pang iba.

photo printing, maganda sya kung meron kang market na mga 25 years old pababa.
kelangan mo lang ng isang PC na reliable, at printer na meron continuous ink system.
marami nagpapaprint yun mga cellphone camera user. wallet size na 3 pesos each. 4pc per set. puhunan mo wala pa 2 pesos, benta mo 12 pesos.

bigasan, depende. na hype kasi ngayon kaya marami gusto. pero depende sa diskarte mo.
kung per sako bentahan mo, around 50 pesos yun tubo per sako (nung meron pa bigasan misis ko dati
mga 5 years ago) Laki puhunan, konti kita.

ticketing office, i think ang panalo mo dun, is bond sya. meaning anytime na gusto mo mag pullout sa negosyo, puwede mo sya ma-refund. yun 2go na cargo inquire ako dati. 75k bond, tapos 5% kita mo. pangdagdag maganda. pero kung yun lang negosyo mo, marami kang benta na kelangan.

mga luto luto, kung meron kang work. maganda din sya. benta mo na lang sa mga office mate mo. kung ayaw mo ng food, puwede ka gumawa ng mga lotion, soap, shampoo, detergent, dishwashing liquid. although palaos na at marami na gumawa, medyo ok pa rin yun negosyong yun.

puwede ka rin maging photographer. nikon na bnew na professional nasa 20+k lang. lagyan mo ng magandang backdrop patok sa mga bata. paprint ka na lng ng tarp or kaya bili ka ng mga supplies sa quiapo. magandang negosyo dn yun.

mag retail ka ng kung anu-ano. sabay alokan mo yun mga tindahan sa area mo. product galing sa divisoria. maliit puhunan, maganda din tubo.

Rami noh? check mo na lang muna kung anu makahiligan mo.

good luck!

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #24 on: May 28, 2008, 06:00:51 PM »
Remember to start a business that is within your interest and complements your social circle.

If it was me who had 50k, I'd put up a small mobile e-loading and prepaid card store. Why? Because my social circle is composed mainly of prepaid subscribers so I will immediately have customers. (Actually, I already have this business)

Alternatively, I would start a silkscreen t-shirt printing business because I love designing shirts. Furthermore, it's also important to mention that me and my friends are big t-shirt fans, most of us don't have corporate work so we go about our daily lives wearing casual clothes. (Actually, I'm currently doing some planning on how to put up this business now)

So whatever you decide on, I wish you all the luck!


With this business, does it require me to have both in a mall etc.


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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #26 on: June 03, 2008, 05:36:04 PM »
Ive been hearing a lot re: cart foods

who has any idea about this?

please help?

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #27 on: June 04, 2008, 09:40:28 PM »
Ive been hearing a lot re: cart foods

who has any idea about this?

please help?
Hello,

Foodcarts are a good way to quickly put up a food serving outlet.  Franchises makes this even more popular, but you must make sure that you choose the right one since there are several franchises out there that offer very little or no support in the marketing side of the business.

Cheers!

Gerel



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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #28 on: June 07, 2008, 10:36:47 AM »
any contact details for foodcart business?

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Re: 50k Capital
« Reply #29 on: June 07, 2008, 10:42:26 PM »
any contact details for foodcart business?

Hello,

You can contact the Philippine Franchise Association in Ortigas.   Their contact is in their website: http://www.philippinefranchiseassociation.com/

Cheers!

Gerel