Manila, Philippines
geri@investmoney.com.ph

Category: Franchise

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Usapang Lotto: Anong Dapat Gawin Kung Nanalo Ako? Saan Kukunin ang Premyo? Paano Mag-Franchise ng Lotto Outlet?

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Heto na naman tayo nagbabakasakaling manalo sa lotto. Kahit ano pang sabihin ng blog na ito, at nang iba, eh wala nang makapipigil sa mga nais tumaya. Aba eh pera naman nila yan. Kahit nga yung mga hindi naman madalas tumaya, kagaya ko, eh nahihikayat na ring tumaya sa laki ba naman ng jackpot price,…
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Power Fill and Marz Fuel Gas Station Co-ownership for as low as P330K: Initial Review

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The charitable Ilocana and I have been exploring other long-term investment options as well as business ventures. Along the way we came across the concept of co-ownerships, specifically co-ownership of gas stations. The first gas station we got acquainted with was through PhilCrowd, the next one we saw in a franchise expo, and further saw…
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Four New Things We Learned from Attending Franchise Seminars

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So you want to be a franchisee of Brand X some day? Many Pinoys are really inclined to give franchising a try, maybe because they see it as of lesser risk compared to starting out on their own. Previously discussed the pro’s and con’s of franchising, in my humble and limited opinion, as well as…
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What We Learned About the 7-Eleven 300K Franchise

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Last year, news came out that Philippine Seven Corporation (a.k.a. 7-Eleven) is offering franchising packages at a simpler and much affordable price of PHP300K. Naturally, this piqued the interest of many retail investors and entrepreneurs out there. For one, franchising is a big hit among Filipinos, and two, a P300K outlay for a 7-Eleven is…
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How Much Do Popular Franchises Cost?

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Not all franchises are created equal, and it is not meant for everybody. Risks might be minimized if you seek help and affiliation with known brands, but it does not eliminate the risks 100%.

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Takeaways from 15th Franchise and Business Expo by AFFI

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For every franchising booth we approached, the first question I always ask (aside from how much) is if they have ready locations for prospective franchisees. You see, selecting a business is difficult, but finding a suitable location for that business is equally difficult.

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The Business Tripod: 3 Crucial Ps to Start Your Business

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As they say, “investigate before you invest”. Or, as a GoNegosyo book says, “Luck is the offspring of preparedness and opportunity”.

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Business Idea To Explore: Taxi Cab Business in the Philippines

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Find A Driver. A good, reliable, trustworthy driver that is. Or drivers. This can be the make or break of a taxi cab business, according to cab drivers themselves.

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Pinoy Franchise Shopping at 12th AFFI Expo

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If you’d rather start from scratch and try to study their business model instead (imitate and improve), then you may save money substantially but you may lose on the “established intangibles” since you’re still a start up.

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Simple Easy to Operate Foodcarts in the Philippines

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Simple right? But in this foodcart industry, simple ideas can also mean more competition because there is not much barrier to entry. Until the market becomes saturated with so much supply and kills those businesses barely making money.

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