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posted September 14, 2010 04:05PM
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Small Business Ideas With 5k To 10k Capital

By Excel V. Dyquiangco

 

Small school supplies store is a great business ideaThere are lots of hard-earned ways on how to put up a business. Some delve into franchising, while others shell out a huge amount of money to rent their own place and buy all things needed for the business. Not to mention the marketing style. But if you are just a regular Joe, who earns a modest amount as an employee, would this mean that putting up a business is already out of your league?

Not necessarily so.

In fact, there are lots of innovative ways to put up a business without renting a place (in this day and age, renting a place takes a lot of cash), and without too much marketing (yes it’s still needed, how else would anyone know that you decided to put up your own business?).

Here are just a few businesd ideas that doesn?t require too much money (between 5K-10K only, in fact) and too much planning.

A sari-sari store. What else? As long as you have a small place in your home that needs a little bit of cleaning, then putting up such a business is a breeze. All you need to do now is to buy all the stuff that you need, and voila! You have an instant sari-sari store. You don?t even have to put up your own sign, as long as everyone who passes by takes notice of all the stocked goods in your place.

A tutoring center. Just like a sari-sari store, you don?t have to rent a place for this. A vacant room in your house will do. And I?m sure you also have stocks of books (from elementary to college) in your house that you can use. The only thing that you need to invest here is a couple of chairs and tables for your tutoring center. Plus, marketing is very important. But in this age of technology and computers, you can have all the marketing you need in just one click. You can also post your ads in newspapers, free of charge.

Small sari sari store like is a good source of extra incomeA cellphone load business. It?s high time you use your phone to good use. Your phone doesn?t have to be of the latest model ? it could just even be the phone that you threw away because the numbers seem to vanish, or the phone that you got tired of because it took a long while for your message to be sent. And then just buy a special sim card for the phone loading business. Put up a card outside your home to announce your business and there you have it ? hard-earned money right at your very home.

Cake and pastry business. For those who love to bake, bake, and bake, this is the job for you. The ingredients don?t cost much, and the only marketing style you have to do is to have your family and friends taste the one-of-a-kind cake that you created. The business works through word-of-mouth. By the end of the day, I?m sure you will have your orders filled.

A small school supplies store. Just like a sari-sari store, you just need to clean up a small place in your house, buy all the school supplies that you need and put up a sign on your gate to advertise you new business. Or better yet, go around your neighborhood and put up the sign near a school, a church or the marketplace. I?m sure, you?ll have students trooping to your store before the end of the day.

So there you have it. Putting up a business is not that difficult ? as long as you have the resources, the means and the will to put up with the setbacks. And always remember that when choosing a business, don?t think about the money. Think about a business that will gladly satisfy your heart.

 

By Excel V. Dyquiangco


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posted October 4, 2010 01:34PM
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pag may physical store consider din the permits...may cost din yun
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posted October 4, 2010 01:36PM
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nice article. informative.

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posted October 4, 2010 01:50PM
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         thanks sa post........

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posted October 4, 2010 01:52PM
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thanks sa pagshare nito..tama ka po sa mga sinabi mo..for sure makakatulong ito
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posted October 4, 2010 01:56PM
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very nice,thank's for sharing
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posted October 4, 2010 01:58PM
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Ako nga nakapagbusiness nng 2K lang ang starting.. hehe
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posted October 4, 2010 02:01PM
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Kailangan pa rin ng sari-sari store ng higit pa sa 10k na kapital, unless na katulad lang ito ng iba na naglabas lang ng mga paninda sa bintana at naglagay ng mga estante at garapon. Ikonsidera ang back-up kapital lagi, laging isipin na ang katwiran ng mga nagsasari-sari store, madaling maubos ito lalo na't dito nanggagaling ang kanilang pang-araw araw ding pang gastos at pagkain...

Sa umpisa mo lang makokontrol huwag galawin ang kapital, pero mapapansin mo kasama na sa kapital ang iyong ginagastos at ito ay hindi mo na mararamdaman, puwera na lang kung mangungutang ka ulit o may iba pang panggagalingan ng puhunan.

(base nga pala ito sa sariling ekperyensiya, 39 years nang nagsasari-sari store ang aking mga magulang)


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posted October 4, 2010 02:01PM
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thanks for sharing this article very informative for those who want to start small cap. business.
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posted October 4, 2010 02:05PM
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kung pusigido talaga kahit maliit ang capital mapapalago mo ang business mo.

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posted October 4, 2010 02:47PM
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sari-sari store ang pinaka madaling simulan dyan sa mga nasabi mo option
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posted October 4, 2010 03:12PM
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ok po yung mga suggested businesses niyo.. :)
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posted October 4, 2010 03:23PM
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good post! i hope it will help us sulitizens in putting up a business..
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posted November 2, 2010 01:44AM
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thanks a lot for sharing this
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posted November 2, 2010 02:10AM
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negative ang 5 to 10 thousand dyan! walang permit sa ten thousand.. and ,.. sa experience ko ,.. small business,. 2box lang nag matador inabot na ako ng 1700 sa puhunan, 5 to 10, konti lang ang paninda nyan, wala pa ang highly consumable basic needs, which is mahal din mangapital.. baka maging laman ng store natin ay mga delata at noodles lang! may kunting sabon panlaba at panligo! shampo, pero kunting variant lang!, may ilang pirasong toyo at suka!
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emoticonpinoybitz posted on September 14, 2010 04:05PM

Small Business Ideas With 5k To 10k Capital

By Excel V. Dyquiangco

 

Small school supplies store is a great business ideaThere are lots of hard-earned ways on how to put up a business. Some delve into franchising, while others shell out a huge amount of money to rent their own place and buy all things needed for the business. Not to mention the marketing style. But if you are just a regular Joe, who earns a modest amount as an employee, would this mean that putting up a business is already out of your league?

Not necessarily so.

In fact, there are lots of innovative ways to put up a business without renting a place (in this day and age, renting a place takes a lot of cash), and without too much marketing (yes it’s still needed, how else would anyone know that you decided to put up your own business?).

Here are just a few businesd ideas that doesn?t require too much money (between 5K-10K only, in fact) and too much planning.

A sari-sari store. What else? As long as you have a small place in your home that needs a little bit of cleaning, then putting up such a business is a breeze. All you need to do now is to buy all the stuff that you need, and voila! You have an instant sari-sari store. You don?t even have to put up your own sign, as long as everyone who passes by takes notice of all the stocked goods in your place.

A tutoring center. Just like a sari-sari store, you don?t have to rent a place for this. A vacant room in your house will do. And I?m sure you also have stocks of books (from elementary to college) in your house that you can use. The only thing that you need to invest here is a couple of chairs and tables for your tutoring center. Plus, marketing is very important. But in this age of technology and computers, you can have all the marketing you need in just one click. You can also post your ads in newspapers, free of charge.

Small sari sari store like is a good source of extra incomeA cellphone load business. It?s high time you use your phone to good use. Your phone doesn?t have to be of the latest model ? it could just even be the phone that you threw away because the numbers seem to vanish, or the phone that you got tired of because it took a long while for your message to be sent. And then just buy a special sim card for the phone loading business. Put up a card outside your home to announce your business and there you have it ? hard-earned money right at your very home.

Cake and pastry business. For those who love to bake, bake, and bake, this is the job for you. The ingredients don?t cost much, and the only marketing style you have to do is to have your family and friends taste the one-of-a-kind cake that you created. The business works through word-of-mouth. By the end of the day, I?m sure you will have your orders filled.

A small school supplies store. Just like a sari-sari store, you just need to clean up a small place in your house, buy all the school supplies that you need and put up a sign on your gate to advertise you new business. Or better yet, go around your neighborhood and put up the sign near a school, a church or the marketplace. I?m sure, you?ll have students trooping to your store before the end of the day.

So there you have it. Putting up a business is not that difficult ? as long as you have the resources, the means and the will to put up with the setbacks. And always remember that when choosing a business, don?t think about the money. Think about a business that will gladly satisfy your heart.

 

By Excel V. Dyquiangco

THANKS FOR THE IDEA,THE LAST ONE MENTION MAKE SENSE..HINDI ITO BASTA NSISIRA UNLIKE FOOD OR TIRESOME KUNG SERVICE NMAN..AYAW NG MOM KO KASI SA REAL ESTATE SO I PREFER TO PUT UP BUSINESS PARA SA KNYA LNG TALAGA..


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posted November 2, 2010 06:56AM
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kayang kaya na yan ng fishball business
pwede na din yan sa online business...
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posted November 2, 2010 07:55AM
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thanks for sharing pero bukod dito, meron pang ibang puedeng maging negosyo for such capital like small canteen/turo-turo, barbeque/isaw/banana que stand... etc.
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posted November 2, 2010 08:42AM
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i like this post so anu pang hinihintay ng kasulit have a bite na
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posted November 2, 2010 10:18AM
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thanlyou po sa tips this might help us in the future :)

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posted November 2, 2010 10:25AM
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