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Business Tayo

Welcome Business Owners! Welcome Entrepreneurs! 
Mag Business Tayo!


Are you ready to start your own business? 
Here's a great book to guide you on your business ideas and how to make it happen. There are four other books that would complete your learning journey about business. I am offering these eBooks at a very affordable price. Just contact me for details.


FREE PAMPHLETS for BUSINESS STARTUP!!!

Alternatively, here are the FREE pamphlets to give you a good idea on how to start your own business.
There many more pamphlets ready to be shared with you at no cost. See the list below. Just send me an email at norielpanganiban@gmail.com if you're interested in getting a copy.


Auto Repair Shop
Clothing Boutique
Food Cart
Food Catering
Home-made Products
Internet Shop
Meat Shop
Plants Selling
Sari-Sari Store
Tarpaulin Printing Shop
Water Refilling



Featured Blogs:

"Business as Usual" as the Filipinos Define It (Vulcanizing Shop, Sari-Sari Store, Bakery) – Part 1
This truth-revealing article about most Filipinos' concept of "business" is something we must think about seriously. Could that Filipino mindset acceptable? Or is it something that needs to be changed now?
12 Minutes Read. Click here.




The Guide for Modern Filipinos in Improving their Lives in the Philippines
The author of this blog poses a challenge to Filipinos to become an entrepreneur or a business owner. The path to get there is difficult. But once focus, dedication and strategy is committed, anyone can be a successful business man or woman.
10 Minutes Read. Click here.






"Business as Usual" as the Filipinos Define It (Palengke, Business Permits, Illegal Vendors) – Part 2
This blog will introduce to you the concept of a "palengke" or "market" of the Filipinos. Furthermore, this will reveal the steps and complexities in becoming a vendor in the Philippines.
10 Minutes Read. Click here.





About Business Tayo Page:

In a country of over a hundred millions Filipino citizens, a stronger and dependable economy is greatly needed to sustain good quality of life. When it comes to starting and growing a business, Filipinos are full of ideas, yet the required skills, strategies and tools are lacking on most of us as viewed from an economic standpoint. Business Tayo page is thus created to provide if not all but at least the necessary tools, resources and information that would best guide every Filipino to build and grow his or her own business.

Project Pilipinas in partnership with Knowriel.com, a knowledge and information sharing website, aims to provide free-to-affordable information about business education. From the knowledge and experience of its founder, educational materials such as business loan calculators, business registration checklist, bookkeeping lessons, and manpower management techniques will be provided on this page.

Here is a list of useful educational resources that you’ll find in this page soon.

  • Business-related Blogs and Articles
  • Downloadable Forms/Files
  • Links to Business Sites
  • Business Books

We also encourage you to visit www.knowriel.org where you can find lots of guides and resources on how to start and grow your business.

Spread the advocacy. Share about Project Pilipinas to your friend and colleagues.

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