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Start your business with the April issue

No better time to start your business than now with the April issue\\\'s 10 business ideas that work!
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In line with the increase of Filipinos wanting to start their own business ventures, Entrepreneur’s April 2011 issue provides aspiring entrepreneurs essential knowledge and strategies in doing business – the smart and efficient way.

Filled with content that matters, the issue features success stories of top names in various flourishing industries and essential tips every starting entrepreneur should be familiar with in order to make it just as big.

Entrepreneur highlights 10 Business Ideas That Work – different articles about today’s most marketable industries including restaurants and catering, foreign food brands, healthy food options, ready-to-wear and made-to-order fashion, events management, medical services and fitness centers. From Kamay-Kainan group president Hyman Garcia to fashion moguls Cesar Gaupo and Jojie Lloren, peak into the ups and downs of businessmen making money out of their passion and battling it through tight competition.

Get behind the story on how Margarita “Gaita” Fores, granddaughter of business tycoon Amado Araneta and Enrst & Young’s Woman Entrepreneur of 2007, built her restaurant empire led by the well-recognized, Italian-inspired Cibo.

As summer vacation chimes in, be at the forefront of relaxation and stress relief as Entrepreneur offers pointers and procedures in putting up a day spa. Citing numerous professionals in the business and well-recognized spa establishments around the country, getting into the business of “R&R” could be prove to be strenuous yet much rewarding.

Wary about the future of your small-business? Entrepreneur lists down 10 innovative steps to make the most out of it! From overhauling your business plan to teaming up with “channel partners”, you can be sure that your small-business gets the push it needs to be ahead of the game.

One can never be too sure of any business decision; that is why Entrepreneur also dives deep down into one of every franchisor’s many qualms: “will my business make money?” Eight pointers to be considered are presented for the striving businessman’s path to franchising success.

Also, the April issue cashes in ways to keep your brand fresh – a list of helpful tactics to keep your customers excited and your company afloat among tough market competition.

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