Thursday, June 28, 2012

SETTING UP for EXPANSION

SETTING UP for EXPANSION

SETTING UP for EXPANSION

I've found this on the web and I think I have to follow this kind of SET UP.  For sure it will be my SET UP A.



It is really hard to have an expansion if you don't have the people who can help you do this.  

 An Internet cafe is a good company to start and it can bring in some major revenue if you know how to run it well and have a technical person on your team.  For those of you wanted to have an INTERNET CAFE business follow this simple guidelines from ehow.com-set-up-internet-cafe









Saturday, June 23, 2012

The Opening

The Opening

The Opening

October 16, 2010.  The day I opened my Net Cafe.  

If you want to get in touch with your family or friends, you can go to 
myPAL NetCafe. Although most of the Internet cafes are situated in hotels and accommodation buildings in and around the city, mine is located at our very own residential area, there are also some independent net cafes that you can go to as well.



myPAL NetCafe is an Internet café located in BUSHOA Brgy 76-A Purok 14 Bucana, Davao City. This small net café features 5 computers that are connected to a WiFi server providing high speed Internet access. This cafe is only good for net surfers in every genre. You can surf in comfort with our 
high-back chairs, and enjoy the quiet ambiance we had to offer.

This is a non-smoking cafe.  

We also accept printing jobs, xerox and scanning.  And we have monthly PROMO to enjoy with.

MyPAL NetCafe 3n1 Printer, Scanner and Photo Copier


MyPAL NetCafe is open from 9:00a.m. to 10:00p.m. from Monday- Thursday, 9:00a.m. to 11:00p.m from Friday-Saturday. On Sunday, we are open from 2:00p.m. until 10:00p.m. only.

THE PREPARATION

THE PREPARATION

THE PREPARATION

No Pain. No Gain.

Oct. 12, 2010.  With the growth of the online industry and the influence of the internet in our daily lives, a lot of people are in need to be connected.

So I choose to open the Net Cafe Business.  For me this is the easiest way to earn money, for it is the most used technology nowadays.



Mind you it's no joke.  Business is always a business and it's serious.  

For those of you wanted to have like this kind of business here is a guide that would help you.

HOW TO START YOUR OWN INTERNET CAFE BUSINESS:  


  • Budget – An internet cafe with around 20 seats will push you back P700 to P1M in capital. Of course, the more seats, the more money you will need. If you don’t have the cash, you can find partners to pool in money. I believe that the optimum number of partners for this project will be 4. Expect an ROI (Return of Investment) of 1 to 2 years. Also, I would suggest against forming a business with your close friends. The chances of ruining your friendship are high. Just note that.
  • Location – Aside from the moolah, location is one of the KEY FACTORS FOR SUCCESS. Keywords to look for when scouting; near a school, heavy foot traffic, not too many competitors in the area. You should try to look for a place that’s easy to spot (from the customer's perspective, ok?). A good monthly rental is P15,000 to P25,000 a month, more than that and you’ll have to work double time for the return.
  • Hardware – Try to budget P25,000 to P35,000 per PC. Remember, I always tell potential entrepreneurs to “invest for the future”. Do not scrimp out on memory, processing power or video cards. The logic here is that a) okay, so you save a few bucks but your computers will be trashed in less than a year and b) you should have a faster PC than your competitors – it’s your “edge”. And hey, if you can get LCD monitors for all computers, do so! The cost savings on electricity will more than pay for itself.
  • Connection – again, a faster and decent connection in your cafe will be a key selling point. Don’t worry too much about marketing, if you have the best computers and the fastest connection in your area, Sherwood-OF-MOUTH will drive customers through YOUR door. It’s a fact. So try to get the best kbps package that you can afford. Also, if you have the money, you can always get another as a back-up in case your primary connection goes down.
  • Set-up – if you’re a techie, you can probably do the wiring and the setup of the routers and switches yourself. But if you can’t, there are professionals who can do it for you. If you can’t find one in your province or city, grab a copy of Buy&Sell or discreetly ask the tech guy at the PC shop where you bought your hardware if he can do a little moonlighting for your new shop.
  • Software – if you plan to start small, you don’t have to pay to install MMORPGs. The installers are free. Just tell me if you need it delivered to your new shop and I’ll get the Sales boys on it right away. For office applications, openoffice is free and mimics Micro$oft. For a good, free billing solution, try handycafe or Cafe Manila (I used cafe Manila)   
  • Other services – Food is always a good extra source of income. Check out my post on Gamer Food 101and you’ll see what gamers need and want. Printing, Fax and Xerox (photocopying) are other good sources of supplementary revenue.
  • Staff – If you’ve formed a partnership, take turns with your partners manning the shop. Just make a schedule. If you’re going to hire someone, hire someone you can trust. You have to set “check and balance” systems (such as an advance billing system) to avoid fraud and theft. It may be tempting to hire an avid gamer to staff your shop but if he has friends and he lets them play for free… you know what that will bring you. Speaking of free play, tell your all your friends that you can’t allow them to play for free. It IS a business after all. But tell them you can give them a discount. If they really are your friends, they’ll understand.
Link from gmtristan

My NetCafe


Did You Know?
The concept and name, Cybercafé, was invented at the beginning of 1994 
by Ivan Pope. Having a duty to organize an Internet event for an arts weekend 
at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London, Pope wrote a special 
proposal giving the idea of a café with Internet access from the tables.
Cafe `Cyberia` started Internet cafe history. It was opened in London 
on September 1st, 1994. The founder of the first Internet cafe, Eva Pascoe, 
was working on her PhD at the time when she got the idea to connect sipping 
coffee at one of coffee shops near the City University of London and web surfing.







 

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