Business Ideas Archive

Increased milk production, dairy products mark the TechnoMart Field Day for Carabao-based Enterprise in Rosario

Rosario, Batangas – The TechnoMart Field day for Carabao-based Enterprise in Rosario, Batangas held recently, highlighted the accomplishments of the Rosario Dairy Raisers Association (RODRA). RODRA’s success centers on its 653% increase in net income from 2012 to 2014 and increase in membership at 22 farmers in a year. The TechnoMart Field Day for the […]

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How to Make Your Own Perfume Business

Perfume business is a lucrative business to start. If you want to start your own perfume business company and be ahead of your competitor, it is an advantage to have an initial knowledge in business of making perfumes and selling perfumes. Below is a sample procedure of making perfume. You could get the ingredients in […]

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Starting a Coaching Business

10 Practical Tips to Help You Build a Successful Coaching Business By Simon M. Smith Building a coaching business is tough. Coaching is a hard sell. The reality of building a coaching business (and any business) is often not what people envisaged when they decided to start out on their own. I have grown my […]

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Wares and Novelty Items from Coconut Fruit Residues

The Market The wares and novelty items from coconut fruit residues can compete well with products made from other materials given their uniqueness and originality. Great export potential for the products can be seen from the reactions of customers/viewers of the products samples and exhibits. The Product Coco-trays, trophies, coco-clocks, jewelry boxes, “sungka”, are just some of the high-value […]

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Bioorganic Fertilizer (BOF) From Coir Dust And Animal Manures

Bioorganic Fertilizer (BOF) is a processed inoculated compost from any organic material that has undergone rapid decomposition by the introduction of homogeneous microbial inoculants. This is different from fresh organic fertilizer where natural decay process is brought about by the action of heterogeneous microbes present in the organic matter. Compared with the traditional composting method, […]

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Processing of Coconut Shell into Activated Carbon/Charcoal

Coconut shell, a by-product of copra processing, is a good material for activated carbon/charcoal ( Fig. 1(519)). Activated charcoal (charcoal activated with CO2, water vapor, or chemical compounds) made of coconut shell has advantages compared to other materials (wood, rice husk, corn cob) because of its ability to absorb color or aroma. It is used […]

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Drying Flowers to Create a Lasting Beauty

Flowers are important in our lives, as an inspiration and to give peace of mind. However, the life of flowers is short. They soon wilt and die. To overcome this problem, flowers can be dried or preserved in a number of ways ( Fig. 1(530)). For decorative purposes, dried flowers can be classified into three […]

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Coconut Fiber Cement Board (CFB)

Coconut Fiber Cement Board (CFB) is a panel manufactured from the mixture of fibrous materials like coconut coir or shredded woody portion of coconut tree and Portland cement at a ratio of 60-70% cement to 30 -40% fiber by weight. It is made by forming the cement-fiber mixture into mats and pressing them to the […]

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Christmas Gift Wrapping Business

Christmas means gift giving and there is no best way to start your simple business than today when everyone prepares for the holiday season. If you the skills in gift wrapping, count it in your Christmas business idea

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TLC in Business

Any kind of business venture needs personal touch because it is the heart and soul of the businessman’s vision and mission like the mother’s tender-loving-care formula. According to John Naisbitt, TLC in business means Think, Learn and Create. Think new and fresh ideas. An entrepreneur never run out of ideas that is viable for business […]

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Easy Way to Make Charcoal Briquettes

Charcoal briquettes are charcoal dusts compactly massed by a binder of either cassava flour, corn or sweet potato starch. Briquettes burn out much longer and give off intense, steady heat. Charcoal briquettes are ideal for barbecues, bibingkas or any native delicacy that calls for charcoal. A handful of briquettes would cost less than a big […]

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How to Make Hollow Blocks from Waste Materials

A new type of hollow blocks can be fabricated out of wood wastes, agricultural wastes and soil mixed with minimum amount of cement. As far as strength and durability are concerned, results of test showed that this type of blocks is comparable to some of the commercial or traditional concrete hollow blocks. However, they are […]

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