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Thursday, November 24, 2011

10 businesses you can start today

Starting a business can be pretty daunting for a lot of people, especially when the topic is already about getting the capital to fund it. Risking a few hundred thousand or a million pesos is no joke, after all.

Whether as a sideline or a home-based business, Entrepreneur.com.ph listed down 10 ideas that can start your entrepreneurial career without spending a lot.

1. Desktop publishing
Not everyone can make a decent flyer or brochure armed only with desktop publishing software and templates readily available from store shelves. So if you have the required talent, skill and creativity—and a high-quality printer—you can make brochures and other marketing collaterals for individual or corporate clients.

2. Virtual assistant
Virtual assistants provide administrative and business support to businesses that do not need in-house employees for tasks like taking and returning telephone calls, sifting through e-mail, and other administrative tasks related to customer service. This is basically a remote receptionist service customized according to the client’s needs.

3. Internet research
This consists of doing Internet research for corporations, law firms and other companies. This is not simply googling—the Internet researcher must have library research skills and be knowledgeable about how to access databases and other information sources on the Web.

4. Tutoring
This is great for work-at-home moms and college students who need to earn money on the side. Potential clients are foreigners who want to hone their command of the English language, and grade school and even high school students who need help with their schoolwork.

5. Arts & Crafts
Create your own unique product lines and sell them online. Aside from creativity and the skill for crafts, the online craft maker and seller must possess sales and e-commerce savvy.

6. Making gift baskets
Aside from selling goods online, how about packaging them in attractive gift baskets? Organizations are always looking for corporate giveaways, so it is important to put the word out there about your business.

7. Image consultant
If you have a strong sense of style and possess knowledge of personalities and communication, try image consulting as a home-based business. The image consultant must sincerely want to help others achieve their goals through a positive self-image.

8. Party planner
Dreaming of becoming an event planner? You can start small by being a children’s party planner. The primary requirement for this job is love for children and planning. Develop themes for party favors, d├ęcor, costumes and menu, in order to offer varied choices to your potential clients.

9. Herb farming
With more people turning to organic food, small-time herb farming may just be your ticket to breaking into the food market. Start with growing herbs—basil, oregano, tarragon and others—at home. Herbs can be grown all year round, in sunny rooms or greenhouses. There is a healthy demand both for fresh and dried herbs.

10. Stock photography business
Who says only big agencies can undertake this business? If you can take decent photos, are Internet savvy and have a modicum of marketing skills, this business has great potential returns for you. Many media companies are looking for affordable and unique stock photos that they can use for their publications.

 -Originally posted from Entrepreneur.com the purpose of publishing in this blog is to share.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Bayad Centers









   
Bayad Center will be recognized big player in the global outsourced payment collection industry.
In the Philippines, known as the country's best one-stop payment center. As a pioneer and leader in the industry, that are strategically located in high-traffic areas.

Given the increasing density of local population, now they are aggressively looking for more business partners to be franchisees, also known as BAYAD CENTERpreneurs.

Bayad Center is recognized as the country’s best one-stop payment center. Currently, Bayad Center has over 900 outlets nationwide. Bayad Center started as the over-the-counter (OTC) bills payment collection arm of the Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) 12 years ago, and has since become the market leader in third-party bills payment collection, with clients that include PLDT, Globe Telecoms, Smart, Digitel, SSS, Manulife, Sunlife, Bayan Communications, Sky Cable, RCBC Bankard, UNICEF, SuperFerry and Cebu Pacific.



Why Consider Bayad Center as a Business Venture? We'll give you four reasons:

 Most Recognized Brand in the Business
Bayad Center is the leader and pioneer in the country's Outsourced Payment Collection Industry. No competitor has matched the network of collection centers and range of corporate (biller) partners that the Bayad Center has built over the years. 




Trusted by the Country's Best and Biggest Organizations
Bayad Center is entrusted with the payment collection process of the country's best organizations across various industries.   Among our list of stellar partners include MERALCO, Social Security System, Maynilad, Manila Water, PLDT, Bayan Communications, Smart Communications, Globe Telecoms , Digitel, Sky Cable, Philamlife, Manulife, and a host of others.


                                                       Award-Winning
We are the country's Best One-Stop Payment Shop (National Award)
National Product Quality Excellence Award We are the the Number One Bills payment Center (Metro Manila Award)
National Shoppers' Choice Annual Awards
We are the Number One Bills Payment Center (Metro Manila Award)
National Shoppers' Choice Annual Awards


 
Member of the Lopez Conglomerate

As a MERALCO subsidiary, Bayad Center is part of one of the country's most powerful business empires. Business Partners can be assured of Bayad Center's foresight in navigating the future of the business through the rough seas of this fierce business world. 


 How to Franchise a Bayad Center? 
Criteria for a Franchisee
1.      Integrity / Sound Character
2.      Absence of Criminal / Derogatory Record
3.      Sound Medical and Psychological Condition
4.      Financial Capability / Business Sense

5.      Available time to manage the franchised branch

6.      Existence of network in the local market for possible customers of Bayad Center.

7.      Capability to identify at least 10,000 households in the immediate vicinity of the proposed site.
Criteria for a Location
1.      High Foot and Vehicular Traffic
2.      Proximity to Partner Bank/s
3.      Visible to Customers
4.      In a Commercial Area (preferably)

5.      Presence of at Least 10,000 Households
6.      Not within proximity to an existing Bayad Center Franchised Site

7.      Not Beside the following Establishments (if proposed site is in a Meralco service area):

                 •     Lotto Outlet
                 •     Pawnshop
                 •     Betting Station
                 •     Adult Entertainment
 Franchise Investment
1.     Franchise Fee – P 250,000+ 12% VAT
2.     Equipment (computers, printers, barcode scanners, fax machine, vault, money verifier) – estimated at P120,000
3.     Leasehold Improvements or compliance to the standard Bayad Center look
4.     Minimal Furniture and Fixtures 


NOTE: Full Branch Model should have a floor area of at least 15 square meters.


•     Investment does not include the following:

1.     Initial Office Supplies
2.     Utilities Deposit
3.     Advance Rental
4.     Rental Deposit
5.     Security Deposit to Lessor (Mall)
6.     Initial Operating Capital
7.     PhP600,000 Cash Bond 
8.     Insurances

Franchise Benefits

Benefits as a Bayad Center Franchisee

  1. Brand Leverage
  2. Operational & Field Support
  3. Training Support
  4. Technical Support
  5. Marketing Support
 Application Procedure
  1. Applicant submits Letter of Intent to CIS Bayad Center, Inc. (CBCI) with attached Location Map of proposed site.

          (NOTE: Letter should be addressed to Aida C. Yuvienco, VP and Head - Sales, Marketing, and Business Development. Please include in the letter complete address of the proposed site as well as contact info - landline number/s, fax number & cellphone number – of applicant.)

  1. CBCI screens proposed site.
  2. CBCI conducts Franchise Orientation.
  3. Applicant submits Market Study and Application Form and pays P15,000 processing fee.
  4. CBCI verifies Market Study data.
  5. CBCI conducts character/background and financial check/evaluation on the applicant.
  6. CBCI conducts Panel Interview.
  7. Applicant undergoes Medical Exams.
  8. Applicant signs Memorandum of Agreement and reviews Franchise Agreement.
  9. Applicant signs the Franchise Agreement and pays the Franchise Fee balance.

CIS BAYAD CENTER, INC.
Business Solutions Center, Meralco Complex
Ortigas Ave., Pasig City

Telephone Numbers: 914-2160 (telefax);
(632) 1622-5567 (Ms. Phoebe Vargas) & (632) 1622-5520 (Ms. Bung Roa)
Email addresses: inquiry@cis.com.ph; povargas@cis.com.ph

 Note: the author is not, in any way, related or affiliated to the business franchise listed in this post. The sole purpose of the author is to share information about franchising & business opportunities in the Philippines.

IT INSPIRED ME TO FRANCHISE :D

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The CA2020

Create Abundance 2020™ Business Community

"A community envision to of Creating Abundance by 2020.


The CA2020™ Business School is the practical application of Rich Dad's The Business School. Here you will Learn, Teach and Engage Yourself and Others How to Get Out of The Rat Race.


What You Will Get From The Business School:
$ Attitudes of Success
$ Leadership Skills
$ Communication Skills
$ People Skills
$ Overcoming personal fears, doubts and lack of confidence
$ Overcoming fear of rejection
$ Money Management Skills
$ Investing Skills
$ Accountability Skills
$ Time Management Skills
$ Goal Setting
$ Systematization

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