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Ink and Prints

Franchise fact sheet for Ink and Prints
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Company name: Ink and Prints

Investment cost:  P499,000 to P2 million

Investment Recovery Period: 6 months to 1 year


Suite 403 Jovan Condominium
Shaw Blvd. corner Samat St., Mandaluyong City
Telephone: (02) 385-1393
Mobile: 0922-TALK-2-US (0922-8255287)


People behind the company:
Carlo “KC” Macapagal, 24, the owner and franchiser of Ink & Prints.

What the company does: Ink & Prints a printer-ink refilling shop that now has a total of 17 branches—eight franchised and seven company-owned—within and south of Metro Manila.

When they started: Macapagal started his business in 2006, with just P30,000 as initial capital.

How did it grow?: To get started, the young entrepreneur made do with just one computer, one printer, a borrowed rack, and only himself as store staff. After a year in the business, he discovered something about the ink-refilling and digital printing business that many didn’t know yet: that it was possible to sell the products and services at a much cheaper price and still make a profit.

To read this entrepreneur’s amazing success story, please grab a copy of Entrepreneur Magazine Philippines’ July issue, available in all bookstores and Mini-Stop branches nationwide.

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