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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #20 on: June 09, 2012, 08:52:06 pm »
how much ba ang 25 kilos na bigas?

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #21 on: June 09, 2012, 09:14:06 pm »
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?

Any business that can give you more money than what you need.

That's why it's so important that you plan, start, and run a business that can give you that.

First, ask yourself how much money you really need to live a life that you dream about.

Second, design a business that can give you that lifestyle.

Truth is, maraming business that you can start.

But are they the right one to give you the freedom from employment?

Is that business big enough for you?

Can that business give you the lifestyle that you want?

Be clear on what you want.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #22 on: January 11, 2013, 02:48:17 pm »
i think everyone has a point here. kaya nga dapat, when we venture into business, dapat pag-isipan ng maigi. when i started this thread, gusto ko talaga ng bigasan business. but after kong pag-isipan ng maigi, i realized, hindi enough yung kikitain ko pag bigasan lang. it might not compensate yung income ko at income ng hubbby ko.

ngayon, im thinking of putting up another business, pinag-iisipan ko pa rin. alam ko isip na lang ako ng isip pero mas ok na yun kesa bigla bigla naman ako mamumuhunan tapos kulang pa or hilaw pa pala ang business plan ko. :(
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2013, 01:10:42 pm »
makikisali lang mga sis, yung MIL ko may tindahan with bigasan. 100 sacks ang inoorder nya direct sa rice mill, accdg. to her sa isang sako 100 to 150 ang tubo nya, minsan wala pang 1 month kelangan na nyang magreplenish. kinompute ko kita nya kung maka 100 sacks sya at 100 pesos tubo nya sa isang sako, maka 10,000 sya na profit.

Okay itong business na ito kung sobrang dami ng tao sa area, possible talaga na maka lagpas 100 sacks ka in one month kaso sa 10k na yan syempre may mga expenses pa yan diba? kaya super liit talaga ng kita kung purong bigasan lang.. Gusto ko rin nito, pero naisip ko di sasapat yang bigasan lang, dapat may ibang products and ang naiisip ko, sasamahan sya ng tingi tinging mantika yung nirerepack ng 5,10,11 pesos tapos 1 lapad, a litro. Asukal na tingi tingi din, itlog na mas mura sa tindahan, saka uling.

Tingin ko bago ka magstart, dapat mangontrata ka na muna ng mga resto, carinderia saka mga residents sa area na papayag na sayo nalang kumuha. Kapag walang payag ibig sabihin di masyado okay sa area nyo ang bigasan. opinion lang naman ;)


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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #24 on: January 20, 2013, 01:14:13 pm »
Kung naghahanap po kayo ng supplier, dun sa bulacan maraming rice mills dun saka dun din kumukuha si MIL ;)

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #25 on: January 30, 2013, 01:47:38 pm »
meron kami mini bigasan and so far so good naman... around 6k a month ang net income... dapat ang bigasan may kasamang sari-sari store :)
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #26 on: January 30, 2013, 09:54:33 pm »
re pautang, nagpapautang rin ako pero hindi naman bigas. hehe you are correct talagang mahirap magpautang pero tiyagaan lang kasi. ngayon, okay naman siya.kami ni hubby taga dispose then siya taga singil.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #27 on: February 01, 2013, 10:56:12 am »
^ sa amin meron yung uutang for bago kami mgsara ngbabayad naman... totoo na mahirap mgpautang lalo na kung sa bigas kasi d naman super laki markup... pag may isa umutang ng 25kg and hindi ngbayad lugi na agad
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2014, 08:55:59 pm »
Mga Sisters, Makasabat na nga tutal business din ang pinag uusapan. May alam ba kayong business na kikita kayo buwan buwan. Hindi networkin ha. Ayoko nun.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #29 on: September 16, 2014, 03:01:45 pm »
^lahat naman ng business sis ay "dapat" kikita not just buwan buwan. meron nga iba araw araw eh.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #30 on: November 11, 2014, 02:39:36 pm »
Okay ba ang business na bigasan? Bibigyan kasi ako ng ganitong business ng papa ko. Bale wholesale at retail ng bigas, egg at oil.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #31 on: December 12, 2014, 05:24:51 pm »
hello :) maybe i cud help here, i have a friend who has a bigasan and he is also putting up another store. I asked him, 20 cavans min order free delivery with in metro manila. I can refer you. You may reply or PM me.

In addition to the wonderful tips that many has contributed here, Product knowledge/inventory, Customer relation, & Employee retention din in any business

Thank you sa mga ngshare and helpful POV in this type of business. Glad i found this thread.

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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #32 on: August 25, 2015, 10:35:44 pm »
Magstart palang kami ng business na ito. 30 sacks palang ang meron kami at sasamahan namin ng bihon/pasta, egg + mantika. Sa 30 sacks of rice 55k na ang puhunan. I'm hoping pumatok ito sa lugar since madami namang tao sa pwesto. Bukas palang kami magbubukas. Nakakakaba pala sa umpisa.
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Re: putting up a "bigasan" business
« Reply #33 on: January 20, 2020, 02:48:54 pm »
Buhayin ko lang itong thread. Hubby and i are palnning to sell bigas pero wala kaming pwesto. Idedeliver agad namin sa mga customer nmin pagkapick up nmin from our supplier.

 

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