Gift - Van Renter

43. Gift Wrapper
What will i be doing?
        Wrapping gifts for those who don't have time to do it.

What will i need to start?
        The money you'll need will depend on the market you plan to serve, says Chiqui Barreto, owner of the wrap it up! Store. Basically, all you need is some creativity plus a pair of scissors, tapes, and tap dispenser, glue, wrapping paper and ribbons the more choices, the better. If you're interested, the Technology Livelihood Resources Center offers courses in gift wrapping.

Who will my costumer be?
       People too busy to wrap their gifts themselves or companies needing your services for their giveaways

How much should i charge?
       P8 for every gift wraps plus the cost of the wrapper. her wrappers cost P10 to P65 apiece, her ribbons P4 and up per yard, and her gift accents P5 to P10 each

How much will i make?
       Around 40% of your total earnings, Your expenses will include the cost of your materials and money to pay an assistant if you decide to hire one.


44. Van Renter

What will i be doing?
        Renting out your vehicle to tourists.

What will i need to start?
        A vehicle that can seat 10 to 12 people such as the Toyota Hi ace, Nissan Urvan, the KIA Besta or other Asian utility vehicle. Have it registered at the land transportation office with a yellow plate for public use. Then start advertising  your services to friends and relatives who can give you referrals, Also try placing for rent signs on your vehicle and garage and on posts or community billboards.

Who will my customers?
        Families and friends going on vacation, students on field trips, and returning Filipino migrant workers and balikbayans

How much should i charge?
        Van owner Bart Diesta charges P1,500 for a drive within Metro Manila P150 an hour in excess of eight hours. The charges for out of town trips vary P3,000 for a trip to Batangas; P5,000 for a trip to Baguio(one way) plus an extra P1,500 a day if the vehicle stays there; and P7,000 for a trip to Ilocos Norte plus P2,000 daily fro the vehicle. The client also pays for the gas

How much will i make?
        This will depend on the number of trips you make. you'll be saving P300 to P500 a day if you drive the van yourself and may expect to average P6,000 a week driving the van yourself and may expect to average P6,000 a week driving in Metro Manila. You'll also make extra money on out of town trips during weekends.



 

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