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Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
« on: April 24, 2012, 12:31:12 AM »
Ask ko lang po sana... ok bang business idea eto?

Kasi nagpaplano kami na mag set up ng ganito... ano ba ang requirements sa ganito . at initially magkano ang cash out ng pera?


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Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
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Re: Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2012, 12:32:00 AM »
Hi Pinoylife...

basically, based on my initial inquiries sabi nung napagtanungan ko.... parang medyo lugi din e.. kasi sa dami ng computer na din dito sa Pilipinas lalo na sa manila, ang hirap i-beat ang competition but i guess it would be alright for a steady income basta ba meron na kayong target location at nag iisa palang kayo don sa location na yun.

some experts say that sa ngayon  requirement would be  fast and heavily loaded computers. (at least 6 for starters)

next, internet connection kelangan mabilis... so for sure  dsl ang gamit pati na rin those online games that kids play today.

of course, if you are starting up a business like this,  kelangan basic computer knowledge, for troubleshooting and networking.

basic gaming knowledge is a must kasi kung nasa school ka e for sure marami ang magrerequest ng gaming...

lastly, dont overlook your computer security. those kids like to hack and look at things they dont understand. 

if budget naman ang pag uusapan... aabot ng around P300,000 operating costs... kasama na yung computers, location, DSL, kuryente, Online Softwares licenses, Training, manual


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Re: Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2012, 12:32:23 AM »
Well don sa inattend ko na seminar actually mukhang maganda naman ang return kasi sa mga mag start pa lang ng Computer Business requirement is minimum of at least 10 units  para di ka mahirapan bumawi ng investment mo.  Kelangan may feasibility study ka rin sa location mo. Pag isipan mo rin ng mabuti kung ano mo katagal gustong mabawi yung investment mo. Sa bilis ng sistema at every 3 years e nagbababago ang specs ng computer kelangna mo rin ng buffer para mag upgrade... syempre pa yung mga bata mas naeenganyo mag interent pag  mabilis yung computer dba?  Karamihan kasi sa mga bata.. games ang hanap.... e yung mga games kasi ngayon mataas na mga requirements para mag run sa isang computer.

According to some na napagtanungan ko e estimated eto ang minimum investment mo para maka start ka.

for 10 computers:                              Estimated cost only for initial investment
Computers (10*15000 each)                      150,000.00
Switch / Hub (for Local Network)                    3,000.00
Router (for dsl/internet connection)                2,500.00
DSL Connection (depends on provider)            3,000.00
OS(Operating System) Programs License :      50,000.00
Renovations / Computer tables and Chairs     100,000.00
Average Electric Bill per month                       8,000.00
Processing of License, fees                          20,000.00 
                                                           -------------
                                                            336,500.00

if for example lets say di ka sa mall average natin mga 20 / hr
so for 10 computer x 20/hr = 200 / hr. 
Compute na lang natin atleast puno ka average of 8 hours per day is 1,600.00
so ang per month mo multiply natin by 26 assuming close ka on sundays is
41,600.
So imagine for 12 months you would earn roughly around P499,200 less the initial investment mo so remaining would be 112,700 for the whole year or in other words just  9,391.66 per month.

 
Oops, di pa pala kasama don sa computation ko yung salary ng tao mo syempre mag hire ka ng mag momonitor sa tauhan mo at kung magkano rent mo sa place at other expenses pa. Mapapansin mo na break even lang din sa first year mo pero kung ma maintain mo by the second year na ok dun ka na mag profit kasi you are still beginning to establish the name.  kung sa malls ka medyo mas mahal sya pero pag nasa mall ka ang sakit ng rental dun siguro di ka bababa sa 50k ang rental space including electricity bill.... so it's wiser to study first the location before engaging to such kind of business...

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Re: Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2012, 12:32:41 AM »
may cousin  ako nagclose ng kanyang internet cafe sa bulacan dahil sa marami ng sa kanilang area, binibenta na computers. so nagiging satured na rin ang market sa computer

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Re: Internet CAFE as Business? What do you think?
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2012, 12:33:16 AM »
Ok naman na business ang internet cafe, kaso di nga lang tulad nungg dati na puno talaga ang mga internet cafe dahil na rin sa mga innovations and technologies. Kasi may mga cellphone na internet ready, pati nga mga china phone na mura pwede na rin mag gprs or wifi. Pero kung gusto mo talaga ng Internet Cafe, siguro mas maganda kung focus ka sa online gaming, after all, the best business ever is in entertainment. but you have to invest on a faster computers. Lagyan mo na rin ng loading station na may prepaid loads para sa mga online games para dual business, and if you need an assistance regarding that one, a vmobile dealer is always here.. Goodluck sa business.

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