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Condura as a Long-Term Business
Partner of the Filipino People

A Filipino’s determination in building up, maintaining, and expanding his or her business or “negosyo” is definitely impressive and unbeatable. Condura has been around for a long time, helping out every Filipino who dreams of being a successful business owner someday. For over 30 years, Condura has been continuously supporting every “negosyo” by providing the most durable and practical products that are made especially for every type of business.

Moreover, Condura was the first to provide its “negosyo” partners with warranty that covers use of its products for business purposes.
Being a long-time business partner of the Filipino people, Condura has always been inspired by the strength, courage, and resiliency of a Filipino to succeed regardless of the circumstance. With this, Condura has one thing in mind when it comes to “negosyo,” and it’s about making things more accessible, convenient and practical to the average Filipino.

Through this page, Condura aims to be part of your “negosyo” journey by providing a wide array of learning resources and information that would help you and your business in every step of the way.

A Filipino’s determination in building up, maintaining, and expanding his or her business or “negosyo” is definitely impressive and unbeatable. Condura has been around for a long time, helping out every Filipino who dreams of being a successful business owner someday. For over 30 years, Condura has been continuously supporting every “negosyo” by providing the most durable and practical products that are made especially for every type of business.

Moreover, Condura was the first to provide its “negosyo” partners with warranty that covers use of its products for business purposes. Being a long-time business partner of the Filipino people, Condura has always been inspired by the strength, courage, and resiliency of a Filipino to succeed regardless of the circumstance. With this, Condura has one thing in mind when it comes to “negosyo,” and it’s about making things more accessible, convenient and practical to the average Filipino.

Through this page, Condura aims to be part of your “negosyo” journey by providing a wide array of learning resources and information that would help you and your business in every step of the way.

Condura Guide To Starting Your Own Business

01

Plan Your Business

Make your “negosyo” feasible and functional in the long run by planning it properly.
  • Spot your potential clientele
  • Identify their needs that your enterprise can address
  • Determine your firm’s requirements, including the capital, taxes, licenses, and receipts

02

Supplier Sourcing

A reliable supplier can lessen the possible loss of earnings through these best practices:
  • Providing excellent-quality goods
  • Offering reasonable prices
  • Delivering orders on time

03

Register Your Business

Avoid legal issues that can disrupt your operations by following government requirements for businesses.
  • Business Registration – DTI (sole proprietorship), SEC (partnership and corporation), and CDA (cooperatives)
  • Mayor’s Permit
  • Municipal License
  • SSS, BIR, and DOLE filings

04

Finance Your Business

Handling your finances wisely guarantees your “negosyo’s” survival.
  • Minimize expenses
  • Keep business and personal funds separate
  • Avoid credit with high interest rates

05

Sustainability of Business

Appropriately manage your “negosyo’s” operations to ensure its longevity.
  • Set measurable business goals
  • Keep your enterprise’s activities aligned with its objectives
  • Carefully monitor your income and expenditures

06

Business Expansion

Visualize how your “negosyo” will be in the succeeding years.
  • Determine the steps you will take to achieve the future you envisioned for it
  • Improve your existing products and services
  • Plan for new goods and services

01

Plan Your Business

Make your “negosyo” feasible and functional in the long run by planning it properly.
  • Spot your potential clientele
  • Identify their needs that your enterprise can address
  • Determine your firm’s requirements, including the capital, taxes, licenses, and receipts

02

Supplier Sourcing

A reliable supplier can lessen the possible loss of earnings through these best practices:
  • Providing excellent-quality goods
  • Offering reasonable prices
  • Delivering orders on time

04

Register Your Business

Avoid legal issues that can disrupt your operations by following government requirements for businesses.
  • Business Registration – DTI (sole proprietorship), SEC (partnership and corporation), and CDA (cooperatives)
  • Mayor’s Permit
  • Municipal License
  • SSS, BIR, and DOLE filings

04

Finance Your Business

Handling your finances wisely guarantees your “negosyo’s” survival.
  • Minimize expenses
  • Keep business and personal funds separate
  • Avoid credit with high interest rates

05

Sustainability of Business

Appropriately manage your “negosyo’s” operations to ensure its longevity.
  • Set measurable business goals
  • Keep your enterprise’s activities aligned with its objectives
  • Carefully monitor your income and expenditures

06

Business Expansion

Visualize how your “negosyo” will be in the succeeding years.
  • Determine the steps you will take to achieve the future you envisioned for it
  • Improve your existing products and services
  • Plan for new goods and services

Questions to ask before starting a business?

Business can be a stable source of income but for your venture to succeed, you have to know what you are getting into. You must be fully aware of the demands and expenses of opening and running a business. Before implementing your business idea, you should first answer the questions below:

1. What are the factors motivating me to start a business?
2. Is my business feasible?
3. What unmet consumer needs can my business fill?
4. Who are my target customers? will my business provide?
5. How will I acquire capital for my business?
6. Can I expand my business in the future?
7. Are there already other businesses that are supplying the products and services that I plan to provide?
8. What sets my products and services apart from my competitors?
9. How will my products and services meet my target customers’ needs?
10. Am I ready to invest time, effort, and money to make my business succeed?
11. Do I have the skills required to efficiently run my business on a daily basis?
12. What are my business’ short- and long-term goals?
13. Do I have in-depth knowledge of the business that I am planning to open?
14. Can I establish my business by myself?
15. Which are the best organizational and legal structures for my business?
16. Can I afford to hire employees?
17. What are my tax and legal duties?
18. Am I capable of promoting my business to potential clients and investors?

Questions to ask before starting a business?

1. Why am I starting a business?
2. What kind of business do I want?
3. Who is my ideal customer?
4. What products or services will my business provide?
5. Am I ready to spend the time and money needed to get my business started?
6. What makes my business idea and the products or services I will provide different from others in the market?
7. Where will be my business located?
8. How many employees do I need?
9. What types of suppliers do I need?
10. How much capital do I need to start?
11. Will I need to get a loan?
12. How soon will it take before my products or services are available?
13. How long do I have until I start making a profit?
14. Who are my competitors?
15. How will I price my product compared to my competition?
16. How will I set up the legal structure of my business?
17. What taxes do I need to pay?
18. What kind of insurance do I need?
19. How will I manage my business?
20. How will I market my business?

Questions to ask before starting a business?

Business can be a stable source of income but for your venture to succeed, you have to know what you are getting into. You must be fully aware of the demands and expenses of opening and running a business. Before implementing your business idea, you should first answer the questions below:

1. What are the factors motivating me to start a business?
2. Is my business feasible?
3. What unmet consumer needs can my business fill?
4. Who are my target customers? will my business provide?
5. How will I acquire capital for my business?
6. Can I expand my business in the future?
7. Are there already other businesses that are supplying the products and services that I plan to provide?
8. What sets my products and services apart from my competitors?
9. How will my products and services meet my target customers’ needs?
10. Am I ready to invest time, effort, and money to make my business succeed?
11. Do I have the skills required to efficiently run my business on a daily basis?
12. What are my business’ short- and long-term goals?
13. Do I have in-depth knowledge of the business that I am planning to open?
14. Can I establish my business by myself?
15. Which are the best organizational and legal structures for my business?
16. Can I afford to hire employees?
17. What are my tax and legal duties?
18. Am I capable of promoting my business to potential clients and investors?

HanapBuhay, HanapBahay: Condura’s Negosyo Ideas

HanapBuhay HanapBahay - Condura Negosyo Idea

NEGOSYO IDEAS

NEGOSYO TIPS

CONDURA PRODUCT

Sari-Sari Store

It is one of the most popular Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the Philippines. A typical outlet sells basic commodities like rice, canned goods, and toiletries.

Despite being a micro-business, a sari-sari store still needs a strong brand identity. Create a name that is unique, relevant, and easy to remember. You should likewise make your shop stand out by selling goods that your competitors do not.

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Mini Grocery /
Convenience Store

It offers various products not present in sari-sari stores. Mostly, these stores are open for 24 hours, and require more workers compared to a sari-sari store.

  • Situate your mart near condominium complexes and BPO centers – areas where people are always looking for ready-to-eat meals.
  • Check your commodities’ expiration dates regularly to ensure that your items are consistently new.
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Home-based Business

Another prominent Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise (MSME) in the Philippines, it sells products like:

  • Baked goods
  • Dairy products
  • Snack foods
  • Rice and cereals
  • Invest in a 2-door, no frost, inverter refrigerator.It ensures food safety by separating raw and cooked edibles. Additionally, ingredients remain fresh minus the high electricity bill.
  • Post your products on social media for fast and convenient selling.
Negosyo
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Home Office Business Online 

Instead of products, home office business owners offer internet-based services from their residences. Examples of such jobs are:

  • Online selling
  • Freelance writing
  • Virtual assistant
Planning to start your Acquire these equipment if you are planning to commence a home office:
  • Personal Ref
  • Aircon
  • Laptop
  • Wi-Fi
These are necessities that will keep you productive and comfortable.
Condura Personal Ref
Aircon

Meat Shop

It markets poultry, beef, pork, and seafood. Wholesalers buy meat in bulk to traffic in smaller quantities to other shops. Meat retailers deal directly with consumers.

Meat easily gets spoiled if mishandled. It should thus be stored in the right refrigeration appliance and under the correct temperature (around -18°C). Doing so prolongs its freshness for consumption.

Chest Freezer

Canteen Business

A cafeteria routinely supplies food to establishments like schools and companies. It is very convenient because its meals are more accessible and affordable than those offered in malls.

Conduct surveys on what your customers enjoy eating. Using the information you obtained from these, create a delicious menu with affordable prices.
Beverage Cooler
Chest Freezer
Aircon
Food Stall

Normally found on walkways, in bus stations, and in mall food courts, it vends portable food and drinks, including fish balls, kikiam, and sago’t gulaman.

  • Do not limit your food stall’s menu to street food―provide other options like French fries, shawarma, and juices.
  • A food business, no matter how small, always goes side by side with sanitation. Observe proper hygiene when handling food.
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Upright Freezer
Chest Freezer

Milk Tea Shop or Cafe

Apart from serving a quick snack or drink, it is also a relaxing place to work, read, and hang out with friends.

Create a signature drink. This increases brand recognition, as customers will associate the beverage with your shop. Just make sure that your drink’s price is modest.

Comfortable furniture adds a homey environment to your eatery, hence enticing more regulars.

Beverage Cooler
Chest Freezer
Aircon

Laundromat Expansion

Customers no longer just leave their washing at the launderette. They now wait for their laundry to be finished while doing other activities such as reading and eating.
  • Grow your laundromat’s revenue by selling assorted drinks in a beverage cooler. This clearly displays your merchandise to clients and tempts them to buy.
  • Sell ice cream with your beverages. Buy a 2-door refrigerator to organize your wares.
Beverage Cooler
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Guide to Business Registration

SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP

PARTNERSHIP & CORPORATION

COOPERATIVE

Register with Department of Trade & Industry (DTI)

  • Business Name Registration Certificate
  • Where: The DTI Provincial Office where the business is located. You can likewise log on to https://bnrs.dti.gov.ph/.
  • Validity: 5 years

Register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

  • SEC Registration Certificate
  • Where: Ground Floor, Secretariat Building, PICC Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
  • Tel. Nos.: (02) 8818-9225/8818-0763 (Corporate and Partnership Registration Division)
  • Email: imessagemo@sec.gov.ph
  • Website: www.sec.gov.ph/ or https://crs.sec.gov.ph/ (for online company registration)
  • Validity: 50 years

Register with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)

  • CDA Registration Certificate
  • Where: 827 Aurora Boulevard, Service Road, Barangay Immaculate Conception, Cubao, Quezon City
  • Tel No.: (02) 8725-5510 (Registration Division)
  • Email: helpdesk@cda.gov.ph
  • Website: www.cda.gov.ph/

SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP

Register with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

  • Business Name Registration Certificate
  • Where: The DTI Provincial Office where the business is located. You can likewise log on to https://bnrs.dti.gov.ph/. /li>
  • Validity: 5 years

PARTNERSHIP & CORPORATION

Register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

  • SEC Registration Certificate
  • Where: Ground Floor, Secretariat Building, PICC Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
  • Tel. Nos.: (02) 8818-9225/8818-0763 (Corporate and Partnership Registration Division)
  • Email: imessagemo@sec.gov.ph
  • Website: www.sec.gov.ph/ or https://crs.sec.gov.ph/ (for online company registration)
  • Validity: 50 years

COOPERATIVE

Register with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)

  • CDA Registration Certificate
  • Where: 827 Aurora Boulevard, Service Road, Barangay Immaculate Conception, Cubao, Quezon City
  • Tel No.: (02) 8725-5510 (Registration Division)
  • Email: helpdesk@cda.gov.ph
  • Website: www.cda.gov.ph/

Other Registration Requests

1. Register with the Municipality

  • Mayor’s Permit
  • Where: The municipality or city where the business is located
  • Validity: 1 year

2. Register with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)

  • Employer’s Tax Identification Number (TIN)
  • Where: The BIR Regional Office where the business is located. You can also go to the BIR Revenue District Office.
  • BIR National Office Trunklines: (02) 8981-7000/8929-7676
  • Email: contact_us@bir.gov.ph
  • Website: www.bir.gov.ph
  • Validity: 1 year

3. Register with SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG at a Philippine Business Registry kiosk.

Other Registration Requests

1. Register with the Municipality

  • Mayor’s Permit
  • Where: The municipality or city where the business is located
  • Validity: 1 year

2. Register with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)

  • Employer’s Tax Identification Number (TIN)
  • Where: The BIR Regional Office where the business is located. You can also go to the BIR Revenue District Office.
  • BIR National Office Trunklines: (02) 8981-7000/8929-7676
  • Email: contact_us@bir.gov.ph
  • Website: www.bir.gov.ph
  • Validity: 1 year

3. Register with SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG at a Philippine Business Registry kiosk.

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