Tagged: BISNIS

20
Mar
2020

Free Business And Livelihood Training Sessions (PTTC)

The Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) will be conducting a FREE Business and Livelihood Training Sessions, a whole day seminar on April 30, 2010, for interested Filipino entrepreneurs. The PTTC training sessions will be held at PTTC, Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave. cor. Roxas Blvd, Pasay City. Entrepreneurship Briefings 1....

20
Dec
2019

11 Ways to Improve Your Retail Franchise

Author: 11 ways to improve your retail franchise Get a theme/brand/niche. One of THE most important things in marketing is that you have to occupy a place in the heart of your customers. There are many words spent on talking about what this means, but for the time being I...

29
Nov
2019

Mafia Wars Cheats and Tricks

Mafia wars has become one of the most popular multi-player game in Facebook. The game of Mafia Wars is the kind that will keep you glued to your browser for a whole day. It is a game that can be very addictive, and a good way to have fun with...

11
Aug
2019

Selling Macapuno Seedlings

If you are looking where to buy macapuno seedlings, then you came at the right place. Macapuno is a very rare variety of coconut which can only be propagated into a true-to-type macapuno by means of embryo culture. And because of its high economic value, there is a big demand...

09
Aug
2019

Young Corn Production Guide

Young cob corn (Zea mays L.), the newly developed corn, has been used by Chinese as vegetable for generations and this practice has spread to other Asian countries. It is used as ingredient in most food preparations. It has nutritive value similar to that of non-legume vegetable such as cauliflower,...

03
Aug
2019

On-Site Training on Tilapia Culture

Tilapia, also known as “aquatic chicken”, was considered a fast growing and easy to culture species. Aiming to help interested entrepreneurs, the Technology Resource Center (TRC) will conduct a special one-day, on-site training on high stock density culture of red tilapia in Los Baños, Laguna on March 6, 2010. The...

30
Jul
2019

How to Make Bukayo (Home Business)

Bukayo is a very sweet Filipino delicacy popular among children. It is simply made by simmering strips of young, gelatinous coconut (buko) in water and then mixing with white or brown sugar resulting into a sweet tasting delight. Bukayo makes a great present or gift to your loved ones and...

30
Jul
2019

Growing Mangosteen

Mangosteen, a delicious tropical fruit, is widely grown in Mindanao and is abundant during the months of July to September. It is one of the most praised of tropical fruits because of its amazing health benefits. Mangosteen is eaten fresh. The white, juice pulp around the seeds can be made...

25
Jul
2019

Growing Watermelon

One of the major fruits in the Philippines is watermelon. Pakwan, as it is called in Tagalog, is eaten mainly as dessert. Its rind is used in making preserves and pickles. Varieties. Klondyke, Stripped Klondyke, Charleston Gray and Dixie Queen are varieties most commonly grown in the country. Hybrids from...

25
Jul
2019

Growing Chrysanthemum

Belonging to the family Compositae, chrysanthemum or mums, for short are those delicate and enchanting flowers popular in white and pastel shades of pink and yellow. Chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum morifolium) are short-day plants which grow well in areas with low temperature such as Baguio and Benguet. Chrysanthemums may be sold individually...

22
Jul
2019

How to Make Aromatherapy Air Freshener (Home Business)

These wonderful aromatherapy air fresheners are perfect business idea for selling together as part of a gift basket, or individually as corporate gifts, door-prizes, or party favors. Instructions: 1. Mix 30 drops (about 1.5 ml) of your favorite essential oil or blend (or try one of our special springtime or...

16
Jul
2019

Coffee Farming and Cultivation

Introduced in the Philippines in 1740, coffee remains one of the country’s leading export commodities. And as long as there are coffee drinkers, coffee culture will remain a profitable business venture. Coffee varieties. There are four known coffee varieties; Arabica, Liberica, Excelsa and Robusta. Arabica is considered the best quality...