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Few days left before Christmas! Christmas is celebrated the longest in the Philippines.
Christmas is coming soon! In the Philippines, the Christmas season kicks off on September 1st, or the start of the so-called "BER months." It’s no surprise that Filipinos love celebrating Christmas.
For some, the Christmas season is the best time to do business. For aspiring and experienced entrepreneurs, it can be an opportunity to explore new ventures or opportunities to earn some extra income. Here are some Christmas business ideas that you may consider here in the Philippines.
This type of small business is also very popular in the Philippines mainly because they offer delicious snacks for everyone at more affordable prices. You may open a food cart or a street food business like selling siomai, hamburgers, or BBQ. A small business like this will prosper especially if you put it in a crowded place.
Pastries are always adorable. Cakes and bread are everybody’s favorites. If you're a baking expert, then this might be the right venture for you.
You can open a boutique to offer affordably priced clothes or a small store selling secondhand shoes, clothes, and other accessories.
Gift or Souvenir Shop
If you're a creative or artistic person, then this might be the right venture for you. You can set up an online store and sell your creative Do-it-yourself (DIY) gift items.
If you enjoy taking photos, then why not use it to earn some money by offering a photography service or selling them online. There are tons of sites where you can sell your photos whether you’re a professional or amateur photographer.
You can take your hobby further and do photo shoots for families, weddings, newborn babies, corporate events, parties, and more. Make the most out of this exciting hobby!
Gift Wrapping Service
Lots of gift buyers don't have enough time in wrapping their gifts due to busy schedules. You can take this opportunity, so you can offer a service that handles it for them. It is best especially if you have an online business that sells stuff like collectible items and arts and crafts.
Monetize Your Passions And Skills
Think of your skills and passions. List them down and then think of some of the ways on how you can monetize them by adding values to others.
Become A Reseller
If you're having a hard time with business ideas, why not consider reselling business. A reseller business allows you to resell products bought from manufacturers to customers.
Sell Plants Online
Are you a green thumb? If you have a green thumb, you are very good at gardening. Why not sell your collections of plants to PlanTitos and PlanTitas?
I think it is also one of the best gifts this Christmas.
Become A Personal Shopper
If you have a car, motorcycle, or bike, you can buy and deliver essentials to your neighbors or friends for a fee.
Here are some of the Christmas Business Ideas that you may consider once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Light Display Service
You may consider this kind of business if you do have enough money for this kind of venture.
Party Planning Service
Since it's BER months season already, lots of families and businesses host large gatherings over the holidays. If you have an expertise and skills in events planning, you may consider this.
If you have a decent place that's not currently in use, why not make it available to rent for various holiday gatherings and events.
Do you enjoy and love cooking? You could start a catering service.
Entrepreneurship is not a part-time job, and it's not even a full-time job. It's a lifestyle. Every season serves a purpose. Being an entrepreneur is a mindset. You have to see things as opportunities all the time.
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
A Personal Finance Advocate. An I.T. by Profession. An Investor. Business Minded. An Introvert. A Photography Enthusiast. A Travel and Personal Finance Blogger (Lakbay Diwa and Kuripot Pinoy).
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