Piso Shop

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I.
The
“PISOPRINT” Photo Printing & Services

II. Why PISO PRINT?

1st – PISO PRINT is a strong marketing strategy to attract curious customers into your place. 2nd – Printing photos and documents at the lowest price of one peso. III. Objectives of the Business

• To be the first in mind of the customer when it comes in providing cheap (but high quality) photo printing and Digital ID services, etc.
• To be the trend setter in the digital photo printing industry.
• To build a very competitive photo printing shop.

IV. Product / Services

Basic Services: o Digital photo printing from digital cameras or cell phones via Bluetooth, Infrared and all types of memory cards. o Digital Photo ID o Document Printing o Desktop Publishing

Other Possible Services: o Electronic Loading o Typing Jobs o Photo Invitations o Plastic lamination o Calling Cards o Studio portraits o MP3 downloads o MP4, PSP, CP Games Downloads o Souvenir Items

V. Location

? Near School Area and also in residential place.
? Near Market but secured place.
? Very populated place.

VI. Target Market

? People needing photo requirements like ID.
? Students who do their research and projects in school.

VII. Competitiveness on the Market

? Affordable photo printing
? Cheapest digital ID
? Fastest services
? Customer Friendly Staff
? Well Ventilated Place. Marketing Strategies o Promo for Discounts/Membership. o Flyers and Posters.

VIII. Capital Section

1. Machines/Gadgets * Computer set with 19in. LED Screen With table and chair * Photo Printer with conversion * A4 Paper cutter * A3 Plastic Laminator/li> * Memory Card reader * Bluetooth device * Infrared devices * USB Port * Digital Camera | * 18,000.00 * 10,000.00 * 900.00 * 3,300.00 * 300.00 * 350.00 * 300.00 * 200.00 * 5,000.00…...

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