Sa Part 1 ng article na to, entitled Simple but Profitable Business Ideas that Work for OFWs, some samples were already provided but, of course, konti lang naman yun, di ba? There are still plenty of small businesses that you can start even while you are abroad. After all, in most businesses, puhunan lang naman ang kailangan so you can start one.
Just make sure that you are also entrusting the business sa magaling maghawak ng pera na family member mo, be it your anak or husband/wife so that the small business will prosper.The following are additional business ideas you can try.
You’ll find plenty of this anywhere in the Philippines so if you have a family member or know someone na magaling magluto, then a small carinderia would be a great business opportunity. You might have to invest in some dining utensils, tables and chairs, and large cooking pots. Pero who knows? Baka maging bigtime yung carinderia and you could expand to a catering business?
Purified Drinking Water
Medyo mahal ang initial setup for this kind of business but once you get it running, the profits are virtually limitless. You also have to invest in the plastic containers plus a vehicle for delivery.
Online or Home-Based Travel Agency
Last year, nag-usap kami ng Ate ko na nasa Pilipinas about the business na gusto nyang pasukin, ito nga yung Travel Agency. She’s asking kung ano ba ang mga dapat nyang malaman tungkol sa Online Business dahil nga alam nyang blogger ako at may kaunting alam tungkol sa Online Business.
In this kind of business, 50, 000 pesos lang makakapag-umpisa ka na and take note, may full-time work ang Ate ko. Alam mo rin bang mas makakatipid ka sa Online or Home-Based Business kasi hindi mo kailangan mag-rent ng puwesto. Sa Php50,000 kasama na ang seminars, trainings and all informations that you have to know para makapag-umpisa. Nasabi ko bang Facebook Page lang ang gamit ng Ate ko nung nag-umpisa sya? Oo, Full-Time Work + Online Business + Facebook = PROFIT.
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You have to obtain the necessary permits and find a good supplier pero considering that rice is the staple food in the Philippines, this is going to a lucrative business for sure. You don’t even have to invest a lot of money in this business because most suppliers will willingly deliver stocks to your store.
These are just some of the many lucrative business ideas na puede mo i-finance kahit nasa abroad ka pa. Watch out for more ideas sa mga susunod pa na articles