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putting up a "bigasan" business
« on: March 29, 2012, 01:21:26 PM »
ewan ko kung may thread na na ganito.kasi me and my partner is thinking of putting up a bigasan.yung tipong kuha kami ng maramihan tas benta per kilo or per sack.mga magkano kaya ang capital?at may alam ba kayo kung san pwede kumuha say for example, i truck of rice? pati mga documents and requirements like busines permit and all.TIA
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2012, 01:58:56 PM »

sis, thank you for creating this thread.  i was just thinking about this last night.  im interested to know as well.  where can we get suppliers/traders of sacks of rice?     :)
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2012, 02:12:19 PM »
sana may sumagot, interested din ako, thanks to TS.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2012, 07:08:45 AM »
sana may sumagot, interested din ako, thanks to TS.

oo ngA eh, we have been eyeing this business since last year, because of the recent ordeal my partner and i are going through, medyo na-postpone siya. pero we plan to pursue it this year na. sana makakuha ako ng maraming info/insight about this business.gusto ko kasi siya talaga.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2012, 08:06:06 AM »
sana may sumagot, interested din ako, thanks to TS.

you are most welcome :)

sana ngA May sumagot dito kasi interested talaga ako.plan ko nga magpautang muna then pag okay na lahat, start na kumuha ng place for the "bigasan". good luck sa atin. :)
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2012, 09:02:15 AM »
when i started 10yrs ago, ang puhunan ko ay 50k for less than 100 sacks of rice. tubo is from 100-200 lang. per kilo tubo is at  2-5 pesos. ok sya if madaming bibili, hinaluan ko ding gulay nuon to augment my income. my store is located sa garage ko lang.

i stopped selling due to unforeseen problem, now im planning again to sell.

i get my supplies at dagupan st in manila, near tutuban.

ang mahal na ng bigas now :(  dati yung 800, 1 sack of 50 kg na now thats for 25kg na lang, kulang pa.

i also made pautang ng bigas hanggang sa natakbuhan ako worth 40k nuon, kapal ng mukha ng ale na yun. wag na wag kayo magtitiwala kahit bigyan kayo ng tseke. ask for id bgy clearance if madamihan ang uutangin.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2012, 08:22:02 PM »
when i started 10yrs ago, ang puhunan ko ay 50k for less than 100 sacks of rice. tubo is from 100-200 lang. per kilo tubo is at  2-5 pesos. ok sya if madaming bibili, hinaluan ko ding gulay nuon to augment my income. my store is located sa garage ko lang.

i stopped selling due to unforeseen problem, now im planning again to sell.

i get my supplies at dagupan st in manila, near tutuban.

ang mahal na ng bigas now :(  dati yung 800, 1 sack of 50 kg na now thats for 25kg na lang, kulang pa.

i also made pautang ng bigas hanggang sa natakbuhan ako worth 40k nuon, kapal ng mukha ng ale na yun. wag na wag kayo magtitiwala kahit bigyan kayo ng tseke. ask for id bgy clearance if madamihan ang uutangin.
when i started 10yrs ago, ang puhunan ko ay 50k for less than 100 sacks of rice. tubo is from 100-200 lang. per kilo tubo is at  2-5 pesos. ok sya if madaming bibili, hinaluan ko ding gulay nuon to augment my income. my store is located sa garage ko lang.

i stopped selling due to unforeseen problem, now im planning again to sell.

i get my supplies at dagupan st in manila, near tutuban.

ang mahal na ng bigas now :(  dati yung 800, 1 sack of 50 kg na now thats for 25kg na lang, kulang pa.

i also made pautang ng bigas hanggang sa natakbuhan ako worth 40k nuon, kapal ng mukha ng ale na yun. wag na wag kayo magtitiwala kahit bigyan kayo ng tseke. ask for id bgy clearance if madamihan ang uutangin.
when i started 10yrs ago, ang puhunan ko ay 50k for less than 100 sacks of rice. tubo is from 100-200 lang. per kilo tubo is at  2-5 pesos. ok sya if madaming bibili, hinaluan ko ding gulay nuon to augment my income. my store is located sa garage ko lang.

i stopped selling due to unforeseen problem, now im planning again to sell.

i get my supplies at dagupan st in manila, near tutuban.

ang mahal na ng bigas now :(  dati yung 800, 1 sack of 50 kg na now thats for 25kg na lang, kulang pa.

i also made pautang ng bigas hanggang sa natakbuhan ako worth 40k nuon, kapal ng mukha ng ale na yun. wag na wag kayo magtitiwala kahit bigyan kayo ng tseke. ask for id bgy clearance if madamihan ang uutangin.


oo nga.mahal na talaga rice ngayon.ganon lang ba kaliit ang tubo? kasi i really wanted to get into this business kasi ito ang pinaka-staple na food ng lahat ng tao, i mean, lahat ng tao kumakain ng kanin, so lahat bibili ng bigas. pero kahit ganon lang pala kaliit ang tubo, carry lang. san sa dagupan street yon? at may minimum na amount of sacks ba bago sila magbenta?
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2012, 07:34:24 AM »
I used to have this business, located at a Seaside branch, but it did not last. Mga roughly 5 months lang. Napakaliit ng tubo per sack, lalo na pag per kilo. To earn a lot, dapat maging distributor ka, straight from the rice mill. Pag ganun ang tubo is P300-400/sack, yun lang ang minimum nila is anywhere from 100 to 1000 sacks so malaki ang magiging investment mo talaga. And witg diatributorship, dapat bulk din ang kuha sayo, you need customers na supermarkets/mini groceries, restos, canteens, hospitals. Yung talagang pag kumuha minimum of 10 sacks a week. Yan sana ang target ko with our store, kaya lang sadly kahit na nasa Seaside na kami, the restos there did not source their bigas from us. Pumupunta pa din sila sa mga mas malalaki pang distributors.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2012, 09:08:18 AM »
before 50 sacks pwedeng free delivery within metro manila now 100 or 150 sacks na dapat
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #9 on: March 31, 2012, 04:54:46 PM »
meron ng thread na ganito, nakita ko nasa middle page ata, plano ko ding idagdag ito sa list ko, eto yung isang link na bigay nung isang sis natin dito sa gt, about bigasan,

eto yung thread here sa gt:
http://www.femalenetwork.com/girltalk/index.php/topic,241037.msg6707136.html#msg6707136

tapos eto naman bigay ng isang sis natin dito
http://www.mixph.com/2010/08/starting-a-business-in-rice-retailing-bigasan.html
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #10 on: April 10, 2012, 03:18:42 PM »
sisses, if interested PM me, I can supply sanyo. :)
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2012, 06:15:45 PM »
im planning to put up a bigasan business sa province, mga sis what permits do i need to secure, aside from business permit? TIA.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #12 on: June 07, 2012, 07:03:53 PM »
magkano ba ang 25 kilos ngayon (not the premium quality). yung pwede na. maputi naman at di naman mabaho.

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« Reply #13 on: June 07, 2012, 07:13:38 PM »
im planning to put up a bigasan business sa province, mga sis what permits do i need to secure, aside from business permit? TIA.
permit sa NFA
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #14 on: June 08, 2012, 03:15:24 AM »
Guys, I hope I don't offend anyone.

This kind of business is too small. If you want a business   
that will replace your job, have a financial freedom and   
live on you own terms...

Think bigger!

But please don't get me wrong. I was once like that. My   
first 3 business is just like that. Micro thinking.

You can do better than that.


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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #15 on: June 08, 2012, 07:29:53 AM »
everything starts from small ;)

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« Reply #16 on: June 08, 2012, 02:38:14 PM »


Thanks, sis chefron.  :)  Problem ko na lang kung saan ako kukuha sa province. 

Guys, I hope I don't offend anyone.

This kind of business is too small. If you want a business   
that will replace your job, have a financial freedom and   
live on you own terms...

Think bigger!

But please don't get me wrong. I was once like that. My   
first 3 business is just like that. Micro thinking.

You can do better than that.



@escapee  gusto ko yan sis!  Think bigger!    Pero we can always start small.   ;)

So, what do you mean by "have a financial freedom and live on you own terms..." ?  I dream to have my own restaurant someday, pero gusto ko unahin muna ang maging major supplies ko like RICE and MEAT.  So might as well, put up a Bigasan and Meat shop first, before opening a restaurant.   Pinapaikot lang ang pera. 

Ang sarap talaga mangarap   ;D
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #17 on: June 09, 2012, 04:56:06 AM »
Hello po.

I'm not saying it's wrong to start small...but "too small."

When you think of starting a business..begin with an end in   
mind.


Meaning, if you want a business say to give you P100,000 a   
month income then ask yourself..."Will this kind of business   
can really generate that much?"


The truth is, a lot of people start business to have a   
financial freedom.

So they can have better lives and improve their lifestyle.

If you'll start a business which is "too small" then you're   
short changing yourself.

Remember, you'll put a lot of time, money and effort in your   
business.

Might as well start a business that can give you money   
worry-free life.




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« Reply #18 on: June 09, 2012, 07:26:00 AM »
i think thats why theres called a business plan?

you see, you can project all you want, but in reality its never guaranteed.
just because you invested a small capital doesnt mean you cannot reach your target or earn much.
imo lang naman, and for the essence of discussion, returns are REALLY not guaranteed, theres no sure formula. kase kung meron, even multi national companies hindi magsasara.
walang negosyo na hindi mo pinaglaanan ng panahon mo. lahat yan kahit eloading lang yan eh pinag aksayahan mo pa din yan ng panahon. lahat nilalagyan ng effort.

lahat naman ng pumapasok sa negosyo ay nag iisip kung gaano ba kalake kikitain nila. i doubt na may nagnegosyo para walang kitain.

kung sa tingin mo eh nalugi ka kase mas marami pa yung effort kesa returns, theres such a thing as quitting. theres no harm in quitting, especially if it will save yourself.

isip pa ako ;)  good morning sa lahat
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« Reply #19 on: June 09, 2012, 08:40:57 PM »

Might as well start a business that can give you money   
worry-free life.


I think I still don't get your point sis. Like what business po kaya that can give you a money worry-free life?  Consultancy?

Even if someday, ill have bigasan store, i wont still give up my job.  but i probably would hire someone to manage the store.  If the business still doesn't equate my monthly income + benefits, then i must put up another business to create additional passive income.

hindi po ba dapat ganon yon?  nobody should give up their regular income job because of their "too small" passive income.  dapat laging may safety net.


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