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can you share your ideas on what profitable or unique business you have in mind? i have several business ideas and i am having a hard time which business i would want to start first.dami kong gusto like importation of innovative medical devices na wala pa talaga dito, meat dealer, medical transcription business (di ko naman alam how i can get clients from abroad), employment agency (for nurses, caregivers and midwives for local empoyment.....parang deployment of private duty nurses), coffee shop, etc....


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Reply #1 on: Apr 09, 2008, 10:45 PM
hi prodlinetrading,

I've been eyeing these business opportunities even before I  took a business degree in college. Unfortunately, it's really hard if you have no source of capital. Here are some things on my mind since i've graduated from college:

1. Livestock raising esp. goats. If you have some idle farmland, you could get into this business with minimal capital outlay. Goats mainly feed on grass, though there are special types that need to be propagated to complete the nutritional requirements of these small ruminants. They are very hardy, not difficult to take care of, and don't smell as much as pigs or chickens.

I know of a Philippine goatraiser's group who are very active in promoting goat meat (I'm a member of their e-group, although as an observer only... :watchuthink:). They even meet with major food companies to promote contract growing opportunities in this venture. Well, this is just the case in the Philippines. Middle Eastern countries who are mostly Islam have high demand for this kind of meat since they don't eat pork and don't have much supply. They have oil in the desert, we have a good agricultural climate. This is BIG business! Actually, some LGUs in the Vis-Min regions have already tapped in these market.

2. Real Estate Investment. After having read two books on real estate by two Filipinos, I became encouraged especially because of their No/Low-Money-Down ideas. We have a folder in this forum where I frequently monitor so I could learn more about it.

3. If you have contacts in the US, you can probably carve a little chunk of the market for outsourced services, especially clerical ones. General/Legal/Medical transcription, creative content and even web/software development are huge areas we can compete on (take a look at: www.rentacoder.com and www.odesk.com). You get a work order/contract with US/European companies and distribute them online to interested people who are willing to do sideline/part-time jobs. You don't even have to invest much, I'd like to think that in this forum alone most members have DSL connections and are technical-savvy. Btw, I'm a web developer so if you pursue this, I can help. :hello:

I have so much more opportunities in my mind right now, but I may be taking lots of space for just one post. You can PM me so we could discuss what's on your mind. I enjoyed crafting business plans during college days so it's become a habit for me to look for hot business opportunities.

HTH,
remus


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Reply #2 on: Apr 10, 2008, 07:57 AM
I also want to have a livestock farm. I have planned to start this a few months ago, i-reready ko na ung land namin sa province and I asked my father to look for a trustworthy person who will be in charge of the farm. I won't be able to look after the farm on a daily basis kasi since I am still employed. Unfortunately, wala pa kami nakikita. Hopefully, when there's one we can start it already and by that time mas malaki na capital ko.


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Reply #3 on: Apr 12, 2008, 09:40 PM
hi! ganda ng business ideas mo. ok nga yang goatraising but i think i need more infos. my mother has a small land in quezon, i think only around 300sqm. do you think that would be enough? the location is a typical provincial area, di pa developed kaya yung mga katabing lots vacant din lang though may mga nakatira din naman near the area. naisip ko dati lagyan ng poultry yun or tilapia farming di ko lang alam kung pano ko aalagaan. i want din kasi na in case magkaron ako ng ganitong business, balak ko direct ibenta sa end user, c and d market para naman may maitulong ako sa kapwa natin pinoy and earning at the same time...maganda din yung sinabi mong ideas sa #3 kaya lang how would you get clients?...kuro kuro tayo malay mo magkaron pa tayo ng business together...thanks a lot

hi prodlinetrading,

I've been eyeing these business opportunities even before I  took a business degree in college. Unfortunately, it's really hard if you have no source of capital. Here are some things on my mind since i've graduated from college:

1. Livestock raising esp. goats. If you have some idle farmland, you could get into this business with minimal capital outlay. Goats mainly feed on grass, though there are special types that need to be propagated to complete the nutritional requirements of these small ruminants. They are very hardy, not difficult to take care of, and don't smell as much as pigs or chickens.

I know of a Philippine goatraiser's group who are very active in promoting goat meat (I'm a member of their e-group, although as an observer only... :watchuthink:). They even meet with major food companies to promote contract growing opportunities in this venture. Well, this is just the case in the Philippines. Middle Eastern countries who are mostly Islam have high demand for this kind of meat since they don't eat pork and don't have much supply. They have oil in the desert, we have a good agricultural climate. This is BIG business! Actually, some LGUs in the Vis-Min regions have already tapped in these market.

2. Real Estate Investment. After having read two books on real estate by two Filipinos, I became encouraged especially because of their No/Low-Money-Down ideas. We have a folder in this forum where I frequently monitor so I could learn more about it.

3. If you have contacts in the US, you can probably carve a little chunk of the market for outsourced services, especially clerical ones. General/Legal/Medical transcription, creative content and even web/software development are huge areas we can compete on (take a look at: www.rentacoder.com and www.odesk.com). You get a work order/contract with US/European companies and distribute them online to interested people who are willing to do sideline/part-time jobs. You don't even have to invest much, I'd like to think that in this forum alone most members have DSL connections and are technical-savvy. Btw, I'm a web developer so if you pursue this, I can help. :hello:

I have so much more opportunities in my mind right now, but I may be taking lots of space for just one post. You can PM me so we could discuss what's on your mind. I enjoyed crafting business plans during college days so it's become a habit for me to look for hot business opportunities.

HTH,
remus
:thankyou: :thankyou:
Posted on: Apr 12, 2008, 09:13 PM
what itatayo mo? if poultry or piggery, pano yung mga waste materials nila? naisip mo na ba how you would take care of that? are there residents in the area na paglalagyan mo?...yan ang isa sa iniisip ko dun sa vacant lot ng mother ko baka mag-reklamo ang neighbors...may nagsabi sa kin na dapat daw you have septic tank for the waste materials ng mga animals kaso kung poultry or piggery di maya-maya puno yun? just curious...could you give me ideas on that?...

I also want to have a livestock farm. I have planned to start this a few months ago, i-reready ko na ung land namin sa province and I asked my father to look for a trustworthy person who will be in charge of the farm. I won't be able to look after the farm on a daily basis kasi since I am still employed. Unfortunately, wala pa kami nakikita. Hopefully, when there's one we can start it already and by that time mas malaki na capital ko.

Posted on: Apr 12, 2008, 09:17 PM
how about pala yung parang direct selling business similar to avon, sara lee, forever living products? i remember kasi when i was still starting with my medical business, i told myself that i would want to put up a company similar to the ones i mentioned, then i would contact local or foreign cosmetic, lingerie manufacturers, manufacture perfumes and colognes etc and all will be exclusively distributed by my company then make a profitable business schemes for my would be dealers.......what do you think? how much do you think would be the smallest capital i will be needing if i start with only a few items?

hi prodlinetrading,

I've been eyeing these business opportunities even before I  took a business degree in college. Unfortunately, it's really hard if you have no source of capital. Here are some things on my mind since i've graduated from college:

1. Livestock raising esp. goats. If you have some idle farmland, you could get into this business with minimal capital outlay. Goats mainly feed on grass, though there are special types that need to be propagated to complete the nutritional requirements of these small ruminants. They are very hardy, not difficult to take care of, and don't smell as much as pigs or chickens.

I know of a Philippine goatraiser's group who are very active in promoting goat meat (I'm a member of their e-group, although as an observer only... :watchuthink:). They even meet with major food companies to promote contract growing opportunities in this venture. Well, this is just the case in the Philippines. Middle Eastern countries who are mostly Islam have high demand for this kind of meat since they don't eat pork and don't have much supply. They have oil in the desert, we have a good agricultural climate. This is BIG business! Actually, some LGUs in the Vis-Min regions have already tapped in these market.

2. Real Estate Investment. After having read two books on real estate by two Filipinos, I became encouraged especially because of their No/Low-Money-Down ideas. We have a folder in this forum where I frequently monitor so I could learn more about it.

3. If you have contacts in the US, you can probably carve a little chunk of the market for outsourced services, especially clerical ones. General/Legal/Medical transcription, creative content and even web/software development are huge areas we can compete on (take a look at: www.rentacoder.com and www.odesk.com). You get a work order/contract with US/European companies and distribute them online to interested people who are willing to do sideline/part-time jobs. You don't even have to invest much, I'd like to think that in this forum alone most members have DSL connections and are technical-savvy. Btw, I'm a web developer so if you pursue this, I can help. :hello:

I have so much more opportunities in my mind right now, but I may be taking lots of space for just one post. You can PM me so we could discuss what's on your mind. I enjoyed crafting business plans during college days so it's become a habit for me to look for hot business opportunities.

HTH,
remus
:thankyou:


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Reply #4 on: Apr 13, 2008, 02:39 AM

hi! ganda ng business ideas mo. ok nga yang goatraising but i think i need more infos. my mother has a small land in quezon, i think only around 300sqm. do you think that would be enough? the location is a typical provincial area, di pa developed kaya yung mga katabing lots vacant din lang though may mga nakatira din naman near the area. naisip ko dati lagyan ng poultry yun or tilapia farming di ko lang alam kung pano ko aalagaan. i want din kasi na in case magkaron ako ng ganitong business, balak ko direct ibenta sa end user, c and d market para naman may maitulong ako sa kapwa natin pinoy and earning at the same time...maganda din yung sinabi mong ideas sa #3 kaya lang how would you get clients?...kuro kuro tayo malay mo magkaron pa tayo ng business together...thanks a lot :thankyou: :thankyou:
Posted on: Apr 12, 2008, 09:13 PM


that's great! often, the greatest capital outlay in agricultural ventures is land. since you have 300sqm, that's probably enough to start with (like 1 purebred buck(male goat) and 5 upgraded does(female goats)). goats after reaching maturity, multiply fast -- given adequate care and good conditioning. as long as you can propagate a grazing field within the property, you're ok. once they get numerous, you can find other grazing fields naman since it's in a provincial setting naman. but also keep in mind the land use restrictions kasi di ba may zoning ang city/municipal halls?

i won't say i know these things from experience but with diligent research after being obsessed with the idea, i came to know these. lack of capital and investors nga ang pinakamahirap na part... also, if you want to help our kababayans, you can set up a cooperative and find people who are willing partner with you, like say, for labor (be an industral partner) or additional grazing fields. less investment sa manpower at land on your part. training industrial partners we can provide and ask other goat raisers gracious enough to even provide us with tours within their farm. additional investment can come from government microfinancing, daming programs kasi ni ate Glo na hindi napapakinabangan ng farmers natin e.

on idea #3, marami na kasing mga nag-o-offshore ng support services nila (customer support -> call centers, admin functions -> BPO). If you have friends and relatives in the US who have businesses or who know business people, you can ask them. email or call doesn't matter, there's no harm in asking. be sure what service to offer muna (might need research on services that are high in demand, craigslist?). when they agree, it doesn't have to be a formal agreement although a contract to protect both parties would be necessary, especially if you don't know them directly.

for me, i work with my brother in the US to do websites although sa kanya yung designs and maintenance lang sakin. i'm more of a coder than a graphic person although i want to develop both. siya ang nakikipag-transact sa clients, most of them Filipinos din through joining FilAm and Business organizations, so i don't worry about the business-side, yet. we're planning on expanding our operations here but as of now i'm tied up with my day job and i feel as if i'm not ready to be a leader of sorts.


what itatayo mo? if poultry or piggery, pano yung mga waste materials nila? naisip mo na ba how you would take care of that? are there residents in the area na paglalagyan mo?...yan ang isa sa iniisip ko dun sa vacant lot ng mother ko baka mag-reklamo ang neighbors...may nagsabi sa kin na dapat daw you have septic tank for the waste materials ng mga animals kaso kung poultry or piggery di maya-maya puno yun? just curious...could you give me ideas on that?...
Posted on: Apr 12, 2008, 09:17 PM


@cjap10 i really hope your idea pushes through! :cool2:

I found designs for low-cost biodigesters designed of course by a Filipino engineer (galing talaga ng Pinoy! :rakenrol:). Biodigesters minimize emission of 'yucky' smell and more importantly, provide methane gas that can be used for cooking just like LPG and electricity. I heard from my Dad that when he visited Maya farms during his salesman days, they use poultry and piggery excrement to provide power for the whole farm. malaki raw natipid nung farm na yun sa Meralco bills! the byproduct of the biodigester is a nutrient-rich matter which can be used as organic fertilizer.


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Reply #5 on: Apr 13, 2008, 12:07 PM


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Reply #6 on: Apr 13, 2008, 01:37 PM
Hi,magaling un idea n biodigesters..any idea where we could get a working model or kung meron nang nagbebenta nun..
Posted on: Apr 13, 2008, 12:55 PM
:hello: Hi again! may i suggest a Rice Mill or rice production profit sharing business.Rice nowadays is so in demand,my grandpa in Ilocos mentioned to me that there are some rice buyers(unmilled) who actually partner up with rice mill owners and do profit sharing once the rice is sold.The rice husk the waste after rice milling would be then sold to local hog growers for piggery consumption or be added to construction mix to strenghten the concrete.


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Reply #7 on: Apr 13, 2008, 02:32 PM
@prodlinetrading & @jmreyes:

when i googled these terms: 'biodigester low-cost' because i already forgot the links, dumami pa ang ganitong mga projects. but first in the search result is the biodigester project i talked about.

the link: http://www.habmigern2003.info/biogas/Baron-digester/Baron-digester.htm
a link in Cambodia: http://www.mekarn.org/procbiod/prest.htm

the problem with Filipino inventors is that they are scared of betting on their ideas or they cannot find investors who are willing and open-minded enough to invest. kaya yun, marami nang gumaya sa atin. God forbid, maunahan pa tayo sa adavncements nila kesa dun sa country na pinanggalingan ng discovery/invention (Phils).
« Last Edit: Apr 13, 2008, 02:34 PM by remus »


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Reply #8 on: Apr 13, 2008, 04:22 PM
Hi, Remus

I am starting a small goat farm. Please share or pm the e group. I am interested.
 :thankyou:


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Reply #9 on: Apr 13, 2008, 11:15 PM
 :applause: :applause: :applause: Post nyo din pag nagmaterialize na mga projects nyo.

We need to start getting our feet wet before ma-oblsolete ang mga ideas natin.
Marami na rin akong naitayong business & naisip na idea na NAUNAHAN AKO BEFORE because di ko naman agad naimplement.

Add lang din,  if you have relatives to any part of the globe, marami ring businesses na nasa area nila na pag nauna kang nailagay dito, its a hotcake turn.  So talk to them, yung naisip ko before, nakita ko sa Istanbul, Turkey, di ko nasimulan because lack of capital & busy ako sa Internet Cafe Biz ko before.  Yung nagdala ng TECHNOLOGY here, napakayaman na ngayon & nakikita ko pa minsan sa TV. :D


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Reply #10 on: Apr 14, 2008, 08:01 AM
Quote

@cjap10 i really hope your idea pushes through!

I found designs for low-cost biodigesters designed of course by a Filipino engineer (galing talaga ng Pinoy! ). Biodigesters minimize emission of 'yucky' smell and more importantly, provide methane gas that can be used for cooking just like LPG and electricity. I heard from my Dad that when he visited Maya farms during his salesman days, they use poultry and piggery excrement to provide power for the whole farm. malaki raw natipid nung farm na yun sa Meralco bills! the byproduct of the biodigester is a nutrient-rich matter which can be used as organic fertilizer.


yep, sana nga. Malaki-laki rin yung lupa namin sa province at gusto ko talaga magkaron ng sarili ko farm, di ko pa lang talaga maasikaso dahil wala pa kami makita trustworthy person na titingin nun para sa amin at siyempre gusto ko rin mapalaki capital ko. You should join the goat-raisers yahoo group and i-share mo yan doon. Baka di pa nila alam yan malaking tulong din sa mga Pinoy na nagreraise ng goats.


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Reply #11 on: Apr 14, 2008, 11:05 AM
@sir condoinvestor
i really am interested sa real estate but i feel the need to experience how it works.
i'm also thinking na sa dami na ng real estate investors dito sa metro manila, e nabili nyo na lahat ng good deal properties. :D
btw, pwede po ba maki-tag-along sa mga real estate ventures nyo kahit as an observer lang?
need to find real people who do real deals, you know, and not just deals from books... :thankyou:

@all
another agri-business that has low supply in the Phils is honey production. this can work
even in small areas or believe it or not, in the city -- as long as it's beyond the reach of people. low capital but needs a lot of attention. sabi nga sa other thread dito na it's best to start it as a hobby muna.


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Reply #12 on: Apr 14, 2008, 03:58 PM
Messrs. Condo_Investor and Remus,

I got your email and pm, respectively. Many thanks.


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Reply #13 on: Apr 19, 2008, 02:47 PM
how about other businesses aside from those related to farming?


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Reply #14 on: Apr 19, 2008, 02:51 PM
hmmm...ako gusto ko business,if ever magkaron ako, yung nasa line ng food ..like resturants and others..
lahat ng tao for sure magugutom at kakaen.. :D
kahit gano na kagipit ang tao pagkumalam ang sikmura for sure kakaen at kakaen tayo...
kaYA i'll go for food...


 


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