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Home-based business idea: How to make siomai

Cook your way to hefty profits by making and selling this well-loved traditional Chinese dumpling---siomai.

Students and alumni of University of the Philippines in Los Baños would surely agree that everyone who visits the campus must try eating at or taking food out from Papu’s Siomai, which is conveniently located just a few meters outside the main ...

by Mishell M. Malabaguio  | February 04, 2015 01:15:00

Master Siomai: Hot-selling dumplings for entrepreneurs

With the high demand for siomai in the market, many entrepreneurs would easily agree that a business selling this type of dumplings will be a promising one. That is why Master Siomai is a popular franchising opportunity.

Sun Business, the enterprise unit of mobile network Sun Cellular, and picked 10 from some of the most promising franchising opportunities in the country. Here is one of those ‘Sun Business Ambassadors.’Siomai,’ a type of Chinese dumplings, has become one of ...

by Rae Marrie L. de Mesa  | June 11, 2014 10:30:00

Quality at an affordable price: Shanghai Siomai

This food cart proves that cheap does not always mean low quality products.

It was the dilemma of how to respond to the numerous low cost siomai vendors that prompted Gilbert Jim owner of Cantonese Dimsum House to launch his Shanghai Siomai food business in 2004.Gilbert opened Cantonese Dimsum House after working for eight years ...

by Kendrick Go  | December 03, 2012 02:00:00
Business Ideas

How to make fish siomai

Put a new twist to one of the most saleable food cart items by using fish instead of pork

Drum up interest in your existing food cart, or start a new trend by creating new menu or putting a twist on old products. Take, for instance, the all-time favorite siomai: It doesn\\\'t always have to be made from pork. Using deboned ...

by Mishell Malabaguio  | April 07, 2012 11:00:00

Tin Hao Dimsum: Ready for franchising

A business partnership gone sour paved the way for this company to create its own brand name, and reap the rewards of hard work and persistence.

After 14 years of developing its products and brand, Tin Hao Dimsum is finally ready to open its doors to franchisees. Though there are already many stories about accidental entrepreneurs each with a unique combo of sometimes amusing, often amazing, details, and ...

by Max De Leon  | March 02, 2012 07:00:00

Shanghai Siomai: Fast ROI and affordable products

Shanghai Siomai attracts franchisees with affordable dumplings and quick investment recovery

A business with a low start-up capital of P210,000, quick investment recovery, very affordable  and guaranteed fresh dumplings: These are just a few of the selling propositions that make Shanghai Siomai very attractive to franchisees. After only two years of franchising, Shanghai ...

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